Bath, UK, 23rd August 2012 – CONNECT ATOMS TO CREATE ENDLESS MUSIC! That’s the principle behind AVSEQ, which arrived on the STEAM digital distribution platform this week.
AVSEQ uses generative audio-visual techniques to deliver a spectacular experience combining a musical step-sequencer with a challenging atom-connecting game. Test your skills and unlock up to 2.2300745198530623×10^43 possible audio permutations per level. That’stwenty-two tredecillion! Yes, tredecillion is a real number. We looked it up.
Here’s a taste of the action:
In AVSEQ (Audio-Visual SEQuencer), you must connect falling atoms of various colours to create musical loops of near infinite variety. As the difficulty level increases, the audio and visual complexity ratchets up to match, allowing nimble-fingered players to conjure intricate soundscapes and dazzling visual effects.
About The Developers
AVSEQ was created by Tom Betts, the lead programmer at independent British studio BIG ROBOT, creators of the Channel 4-published educational experience Fallen City, and the forth-coming tweedpunk procedural survival game, Sir, You Are Being Hunted.
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