Posts Tagged ‘Monobanda’

I’m Having Trouble: Remembering

By John Walker on May 16th, 2013.

“Remembering is a poetic exploration game driven by sound,” says the description of a short indie project from SonicPicnic, Monobanda and In-Visuals. Further “an audio driven exploration through a dreamlike world.” And as with every single audio-based game, its press release announces that it will “break new ground”. It’s odd – Blindside did the same a couple of years ago, declaring itself the “first” game of its like, despite there being hundreds of the things. Anyhow, their lack of perspicacity is not necessarily a blight on the games themselves, and you can play Remembering right now, for free.

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Project Mimicry Is A Sandbox Game

By Jim Rossignol on July 8th, 2011.


A sandbox game with real sand. Developers Monobanda explain: “Monobanda has created a sandbox game with real sand, in which up to four players at a time control a ball that can roll around, jump and glide through the Mimicry world. Tiny virtual characters roll around in the sandbox. You can build obstacles for them or create a racetrack.” Yes, you play in your sandpit to create the game’s environment.

This bizarre and extraordinarily clever augmented reality project has a video and a couple more images, which you can see below. (Via the almighty Indie Games.)
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