Turn light into sound in this multi-award winning game from the creators of Fractal!
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Utgivelsesdato: 28. feb, 2012

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Pakker som inkluderer dette spillet

Kjøp Particles, Colors, and Light - The Cipher Prime Bundle

Inkluderer 5 objekter: Auditorium, Fractal: Make Blooms Not War, Splice, Splice Soundtrack, Splice: Epilogue Soundtrack

 

Om dette spillet

The classic particle puzzler finally arrives on Steam! Turn light into sound in this multi-award winning game. Auditorium is about the process of discovery and play. There are no right or wrong answers, and there are any number of ways to solve each puzzle. See why Auditorium has won countless awards and is considered the Second Best Browser Game of All Time. To get started, turn up your sound and fill up the first audio container!

We hope you enjoy playing in our Auditorium!

Systemkrav

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Dual-Core or higher
    • Memory: 2GB or higher
    • Hard Disk Space: 65MB
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Dual-Core or higher
    • Memory: 2GB or higher
    • Hard Disk Space: 15MB
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15 av 18 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 1. mars
Auditorium is a puzzle indie game made by Cipher Prime Studios (Splice, Fractal, Intake). As it's Cipher Prime's standard, they tried to make an unique game, which ended up successfully.

Gameplay revolves around using direction changers of sound wavelength that you have to direct into a speaker. You might experience a similar feel to a puzzle games built around gravity, as you'll have to set the reach radius of direction changers. But there are actually not just objects to change directions, there are also speed modifiers or attractors.

What's really worth praising is the fact that levels doesn't have a specific solution - it's up to your experiments that leads to your own way of activating the relaxing music (beating the level). In combination with great soundtrack and gorgeous flow of differently coloured wavelengths, Auditorium is worth even to those who aren't much into puzzle games, but want just to relax for a while at a casual game.

To name the biggest flaw of the game, is the fact that it's made in really low resolution for today's standards. There isn't a HD remake expected, so you'll have to put up with small window mode or blurry fullscreen. But to those who don't mind that, Auditorium is worth recommending.


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10 av 10 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
2.1 timer registrert
Publisert: 26. mars
7.1/10 - Pump up the Volume and Solve!

I quite like this unique puzzle game. You use audio wavelengths to fill up some containers to produce some sweet music! Each set of levels work as segments in a musical piece which you must 'fix' to complete the song. The brilliant color combinations complete the experience and really make this puzzler a winner.

Be aware after the first Act things get much more difficult, I found myself worrying less about any audio elements and just working the levels like a jigsaw puzzle. These levels do take some thinking at times, but they make sense so you can usually fidget with things enough to complete the puzzle. The price is way too much for this offering though, especially since their main claim is being an "Award Winning Browser Game". Shouldn't that ♥♥♥♥ be free or cheap then?

Worth $1.99 or so; I wouldn't purchase for more than a few bucks.

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2 av 2 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 1. april
pros:
  • music
  • mechanism

cons:
  • It's not actually looping but instead cut off the song and start over again.
  • no graphics settings, very low resolution.
 
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26 av 27 personer (96%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 13. februar, 2014
A decent, simple music puzzle game that has a fair bit of complexity in later levels but can take a little bit of time to ramp.

Each "Act" features a different piece of music which you create by sending a stream of music across different bars. Each set of bars will be a different part (melody, bass, secondary, etc) which combine to create the piece of music for that act. This is done using a varying set of tools (directional/rejection, portals, speed up/slow down, etc) and challenges (colors, splitting streams, etc) in order to meet the requirements for each level. It should be noted that while this is a music game, it's NOT a rhythm game.

While there's no demo, you can find the first 2 (or 3? I can't recall) Acts on the developer's website: http://www.cipherprime.com/games/auditorium which introduces the core concepts. It's how I was first exposed to it years before it came out on Steam.

This isn't a game that I'd recommend sitting down and cranking through - you'll knock out a few levels, and then move on to something else. It's not terribly difficult, but makes for an excellent, relaxing palete cleanser. Think "tablet game designed before tablet games were a thing."
 
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15 av 17 personer (88%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
6.1 timer registrert
Publisert: 20. juli, 2013
Auditorium is a satisfying little puzzler. Its mechanics are elegant, and initially relaxing.

The difficulty ramps up pretty quickly, though. About half-way through the puzzle list, puzzle solving becomes less about having a moment of inspiration, and more about sliding the puzzle elements around the screen and seeing what happens. Sometimes moving a puzzle element just one or two pixels can dramatically change what's happening on screen. At this point, the game feels much less elegant, and more like a grind.

Still, auditorium has a certain charm, and memorable gameplay.
 
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