Super Unique Top Down Puzzle RPG 9001

The installation is set up as a simple computer kiosk. The “seeing” player is able to view the game screen, as well as navigate the player character through our visual environment using keyboard controls. The “hearing” player has a set of headphones, attached to the same computer, as well as the ability to explore the game’s soundscape by turning a potentiometer. The players must act together to ensure their character survives and escapes the dungeon he has been situated in by communicating to each other.

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There is so much fun on the internet!

I bought Auditorium today. From It’s a brilliant and pretty sound/color game. I’m not sure how to explain it, but here is what they say on the site…

Auditorium is about the process of discovery and play. There are no right or wrong answers; there are many ways to solve every puzzle. To get started, fill up the first audio container. We hope you enjoy playing in our Auditorium.

I’ve also added some photos! There is a free demo at the site or you could buy the game for just 10.90$!

PS: No post before Monday. Going to my cabin with friends this weekend.

The days goes on…

And they go by too quick! It’s one in the morning and I’ve been trying to make a little video of my new roof light in my bedroom, but the three programs I’ve been using have sucked! First I tried Windows Movie Maker (I’m just putting a clip and a song together), but that didn’t work, then I tried using Live Movie Maker Beta which also didn’t work since it didn’t have any timeline function. What’s up with that? Last I tried something called DebugMode Wax, which I couldn’t import a song into. So now I’m going to bed and postponding the real post with the real deal about my day!

Good night!