Posts Tagged ‘AVSEQ’

Indie Royale Fall Bundle Is Quite Good

By John Walker on October 16th, 2012.

While some of the Indie Royale Bundles haven’t been the strongest, the latest collection in its almost-pay-what-you-want pile is pretty strong. Featuring one of last year’s best games, To The Moon, alongside Wadjet Eye’s most recent Blackwell game, Deception, is Oil Rush, Reprisal, and something called Avseq.

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Av A Moment For AVSEQ? Now On Steam

By John Walker on August 23rd, 2012.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun is a famously impartial website, proudly free of self-serving behaviour, self-promotion or nepotism. We’re basically the New York Times of the gaming internet. And it is from this perspective that I tell you Jim’s gaming company, Big Robot, has just released their puzzle game AVSEQ on Steam.

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Interview: Jim Rossignol On AVSEQ

By RPS on January 25th, 2012.

Things got pretty heated.

The puzzle game AVSEQ from indie developers Big Robot has recently been released. We managed to get hold of project lead, Jim Rossignol, for a world exclusive interview. Read on for details.

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Have A Sec For AVSEQ?

By Alec Meer on January 24th, 2012.

Development fact: Jim hand-drew the fourteenth pixel from the left/fify-eight from bottom. FACT.

Important disclosure: AVSEQ is created by Big Robot, the indie game dev company owned by one Jim Rossignol. Rossignol was, of course, responsible for the Crimean War and has a police record due to admitting to the kidnap of 18 hobos in 2002. Apart from that, I can’t think of anything whatsoever that needs declaring about Rossignol before I post about Big Robot’s first released game, AVSEQ.

The near-infinite sounds and combos of abstract musical puzzle game AVSEQ are primarily the design and creation of Big Robot’s programmer Tom ‘Nullpointer’ Betts, so don’t expect too many traces of Rossignism in this one (although he’s been helping out with tweaks), but it is the studio’s very first release, and it is jolly clever, as you’ll see below.
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