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The Recital is a game about surrealism and pianos


12:45 PM on 06.13.2013



Ready for some Spencer trivia? I used to play the piano. It's probably due to this that I have a soft spot for the instrument. Julian Kantor has apparently heard my pleas and has crafted The Recital, a game about surrealist pianos and Oculus Rift. Sweet mercy is it cool.

If you've ever wondered what Disney's Fantasia would look like filtered through Tron you have a rough idea of what I went through while playing the game.

Check out the video for a quick look at me stumbling around like an idiot and Julian being more talented/handsome than I am.






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