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First-person synthesizer Fract debuts April 22


Ambient first-person puzzler Fract is gearing up for a PC release later this month via Steam, Good Old Games and the Humble Store, developer Phosfiend Systems announced this week.

In Fract, players build and shape their surroundings by solving puzzles, bringing derelict machinery to life against a backdrop of customizable electronic music. Fract's development was backed by Indie Fund, a company that previously supported indie standouts Monaco, Dear Esther and Antichamber.

Fract will be released for Windows, Mac and Linux on April 22. Pre-orders are available now at a 10 percent discount.
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