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Submitted by ValKilmer 279d ago | preview

The Musically Evolving Pocket Universe of Alpha Muse | Hardcore Gamer

Hardcore Gamer: Music and gaming go back a long way. If you're going to play you might as well make a nice sound while doing it, and if tapping out tunes to the gameplay imparts a better musical appreciation that's all the better. Games tend to be goal-oriented, however, so there's generally a way to do it right and a way not to. Alpha Muse is more musical toy, though, where you fly through a semi-abstract space picking up notes, finding the music left behind by those who have gone before you, and in general just seeing what kind of sounds you can make as you explore the gorgeous universe. (Alpha Muse, PC)

ValKilmer  +   280d ago
Wow, that art style is amazing. It sort of reminds me of Retrovirus but better.

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