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Move to the music or die trying in Soundodger+

S. Prell, @SamPrell
October 12, 2013
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In recently-released rhythm game Soundodger+ by Studio Bean, you play as a circle trapped in a circle, while the game's soundtrack - or your own, should you choose to import songs - creates particles you must dodge to survive. It's kind of like that scene in The Matrix, except instead of dodging bullets, imagine Neo dodging sweet beats.

The game, as described on its website, features "hand-choreographed bullet patterns," as well as an original soundtrack featuring Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy) and Disasterpiece (FEZ, Runner 2). If the game's 23 original songs aren't your thing, you can import your own music library and create your own levels using the included editor, or have the game auto-generate levels for you.

The game released yesterday on Steam, and is currently on sale for $6 until October 18, at which point it will become $8.






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