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Submitted by LittleBitGames 581d ago | news

echoChamber: A mobile party game using spatial audio and gestures for a unique social experience

echoChamber is simply described as a rhythm game for your mobile phone with a unique twist: innovative local multiplayer utilizing positional audio. As a group, each player follows various visual and audio cues on their phones to perform gestures in time to music.

To create a more immersive game experience, echoChamber uses each player’s device to create positional audio effects to move the sound around the play area. Think of each device as a speaker in a surround sound setup. (Android, Casual games, iPad, iPhone, Little Bit Games, Mobile, Tech)

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