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Beat the Game is a surreal adventure game where you find your way by collecting items and discovering sounds.Sounds you find introduce cinematic cutscenes as the story unfolds. You can combine a soda can with a drumstick to unlock hi-hat sounds or search the hidden corners of the world and you might run across a character who will share a bassline with you.You're equipped with a Sound Scanner to help you track down sounds. Rapidly hunt the desert for hidden objects by remote controlled “Roboball” with its first person camera.You create new combinations of sounds with your portable holographic music mixer complete with volume faders and effects. After collecting all the sounds, you will perform a live show. If the audience likes it enough, you can advance to the next level Key Features: * Original sounds and music compositions * Realtime film quality cinematic cutscenes * 8-Channel sound mixing with 24 discoverable sound options + effects * Play with your mouse and keyboard or a game controller * 4K Resolution support
This game is a great idea in itself! I've always wanted to see something like this. . . . it is essentially a sequencer built into a game. . . . Or maybe a game built around a sequencer? Whatever. . . . something like that. There's...
just the problem that there's only one level that's done in less than an hour. You only have to find a few samples in it to arrange them in your sequencer and once you have found them, you can start a small gig in an open-air studio. But that's all there is to it. There are also some other things I found (like an Amiga Workbench diskette. . . . . cool!), but I couldn't find any use for it. It would be great if you could create your own sequences and sounds with a drum computer and a synth! And instead of just finding sounds/samples, developers can also add virtual instruments. That would be so cool. . . I think the foundation is already there.
So. . . the game lacks much. But since it's a great idea, a pretty cool artistic look/design and a low price, I can only give a thumbs up! If you are interested in making music, sequencers and such, I can recommend this game! But only for the price of 6, 99, because it's too short at the moment. But something seems to be coming. A subsequent DLC or
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