You haven't grown tired of riding music, have you? I certainly hope not. A website for Audiosurf Air has appeared, and based on the few early screenshots included, there's a lot more where the original's brand of music interaction came from.
According to the site, Air will be out later this year. It's also got a sign-up to put yourself in the running for the beta; you shouldn't need me to convince you to do that. I'm eager to see what, if anything major at all, has been changed outside of the improved visuals.
|4:00 PM on 03.21.2013|
Audiosurf Air gameplay trailer takes flight
It's been just about a year since we last talked about Audiosurf Air, the followup to 2008's wildly popular "ride your own music" game Audiosurf. Courtesy of Rock, Paper, Shotgun, we have a bit of gameplay footage, and it ap...more
|1:30 PM on 04.29.2013|
Monday Mind Teasers: Rhythm Doctor
For this week's mind teaser we're not just using our brains, we're using our ears. Rhythm Doctor on Newgrounds challenges players to participate in the tunes at specific moments to progress, with an interesting (bizarre) spin...more
|8:30 PM on 04.22.2013|
Idolm@ster Shiny Festa finally hits iOS ... for $54.99
In bringing port of their PSP game Idolm@ster Shiny Festa over to the West, Namco Bandai Games has shown us what a $54.99 iPhone/iPad title looks like. The hit Japanese rhythm series appeared on the Apple App Store today...more
|9:00 PM on 04.17.2013|
Have a teaser trailer for 'music exploration' game Fract
Here's a snazzy-looking trailer for the indie game Fract, described by its creators as "musical exploration" game which is currently on Steam's Greenlight service. It's got some of my favorite things in it: abstrac...more