Posts Tagged ‘Audiosurf Air’

Audiosurf Air Coming To Steam Early Access Next Month

By Nathan Grayson on August 16th, 2013.

My eyes are ready

I have an unhealthy obsession with music visualizer games. Symphony and Frequency Domain have sated my rampant beatlust in recent years, but I don’t think anything will ever top my first love: Audiosurf. It’s not the most involved game ever, but that’s part of the charm for me. I can just zone out and dive headfirst into a neon-pulsing mouth of music, let it swallow me whole into a sea of flashing darkness. I like to play it before bed, when my brain’s still too fluttery for sleep. So I’ve beenĀ very eagerly awaiting its sequel, Audiosurf Air, while lamenting the disheartening lack of news surrounding it. But hark, what is that, speeding over the horizon in some kind of wonderful rocket car? Could it be? …No. But also yes! An announcement that we’ll be able to play Audiosurf Air very, very soon.

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Begging For Wub Wub: Audiosurf Air Trailer

By Craig Pearson on March 21st, 2013.

I got one Alabama return, that'll take me far away from you, cause when you take me in your arms I turn to slave, but I can't be saved
Girls Aloud. Biology. Ninja Mono. That was my favourite Audiosurf gig. I’m keen to see what that bounciest of pop tracks will play like in Audiosurf Air, the sequel to the rather lovely music riding puzzle racing game. It was 2008 when Audiosurf came out, a pre-Skrillex world. If there was a game that could have benefited from ‘the drop’ it was Audiosurf. I hope there’s specific dubstep code in this version. Trailer is after the dropppppp.
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The Colour Of Music: Audiosurf Air Rides In

By Alec Meer on March 26th, 2012.

Once upon a time, Audiosurf was briefly RPS’ favourite game ever (although not in the case of John, who only likes beat-free music featuring men with nasal American accents*. Or Jim, who doesn’t like emotions). We put in our songs, we turned them into blissfully surreal racetracks/match-3 puzzles, we fought endlessly for higher scores to prove we knew our most beloved songs better than anyone else did. And then we stopped. Why? Oh, there’s probably an essay in that, but the candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long, basically.

I earnestly hope that newly-announced sequel Audiosurf Air will bring about a new fever for digital synesthesia, though: I have almost a half-year of new music that was never Audiosurfed, all manner of new colour-explosions, rollercoaster drops and giddy undulations potentially awaiting me.
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