Cipher Prime now selling piano music to Splice by

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S. Prell
January 10th, 2015
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Cipher Prime now selling piano music to Splice by
Developer Cipher Prime's genetic puzzle game Splice may have originally released in 2012, but if its beautiful piano melodies still linger in your mind's ear, you might be pleased to know that the studio has released sheet music for the game's soundtrack, allowing you to perform the tunes for yourself at home (or fancy parties, or possibly an airport lounge - wherever there's a piano available for use, really).

If you're looking for a demo of sorts, the notation for the song "Cassiel" is available to download for free. Five dollars will net you the remaining 10 songs, providing a total of 46 sheets of music to impress your friends and family with.

Oo, oo! And play that sad walking away song from The Incredible Hulk next!
[Image: Cipher Prime]
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