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AVSEQ is an audio-visual sequencer puzzle game. Connect falling atoms to unlock near-endless varieties of music at each stage. Every level of AVSEQ is a music sequencer with 2.2300745198530623×10^43 possible audio permutations, that's 22 tredecillion in total! No, we're not making those numbers up. We actually did the math.
Release Date: Aug 23, 2012
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About the Game

AVSEQ is an audio-visual sequencer puzzle game. Connect falling atoms to unlock near-endless varieties of music at each stage. Every level of AVSEQ is a music sequencer with 2.2300745198530623×10^43 possible audio permutations, that's 22 tredecillion in total!

No, we're not making those numbers up. We actually did the math. This is a generative music game designed by procedural systems wizard Tom Betts, and it provides a colorful, beautiful challenge to even the most hardcore of puzzle-game experts.

Key Features

  • Infinite freeplay mode
  • Generative unlockable music
  • Twenty-two tredecillion audio permutations

PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP or better
    • Processor: 1.6 Ghz
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 150mb
    • Video Card: Video card must be 128 MB or more
    • DirectX®: 8

Mac System Requirements

    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 150mb
    • Video Card: Video card must be 128 MB or more
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1,041 products in account
10 reviews
2.2 hrs on record
AVSEQ is weird. WEIRD. It is an audio-visual sequencer puzzle game. That much is obvious once you look at any screenshots of it. It is bright, it is nice, it is confusing. Yes, confusing. See, the aim of the game is to add the required number of notes using these steps:
1) to connect falling atoms of the same color
2) using the white atoms to bridge different colors together (optional but longer strings equals higher points and more chances of notes to appear)
3) detonate them before any of the atoms in the string touches the bottom (failing which the entire string goes *poof* and some notes disappear)
4) chain up notes when they appear (notes act like white atoms) and reach the target

The confusing part? The background is nice and all but sometimes you can't see a thing and speed is of the essence here. There is 9 different stages and when beat, every stage unlock an infinite mode. However if you are aiming for the note achievements, take note that playing infinite mode refreshes your note count. Also, the game doesn't track progress for achievements so you have to do it in one sitting.
Posted: November 23rd, 2013
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
185 products in account
39 reviews
0.4 hrs on record
Interesting, and probably worth $1.99 to play for a half hour, but it's not worth finishing.
Posted: February 8th, 2014
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9 of 16 people (56%) found this review helpful
196 products in account
13 reviews
1.3 hrs on record
Kind of refreshing take on music games genre.
The execution is so-so, especially given the poor design and mechanics being annoying at the later stages.
Play at your own risk.
Posted: November 26th, 2013
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4 of 9 people (44%) found this review helpful
248 products in account
14 reviews
1.6 hrs on record
I honestly regret buying this game, as both a fan of music and puzzle games I thought it would be perfect for me but it just fell short in all the wrong ways, the generated music rarely sounds worth the time, a lot of the time stages feel impossible to gain a lot out of dew to spawn times of colours being just that little bit off and though in theory the game is truely amazing there just feels like there is a missing element that could have made me want to continue playing it past the "meh" feeling I had after the first few stages.
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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4 of 10 people (40%) found this review helpful
586 products in account
13 reviews
2.2 hrs on record
An interesting experiment in procedural-ludic music composition. The game as a whole is pretty lackluster though.

4/10
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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