Music Catch: A Game of Music And Catching
Today is somewhat stressful. My one source of relief, bar relaxing bouts of onanism, has been the webgame which the ever-lovin' Simon Parkin linked to me first thing this morning. It's Music Catch. Shapes are thrown up from a line, arcing in the air before falling back to whence they came. You have to pick 'em up. The yellow ones increase your multiplier. The red ones decrease it. The purple ones are a splendid super-weapon. The aim: Get as high a score as possible before the music stops. About the only thing I don't like about is the over-pumped-and-excited words that flash up, breaking the contemplative little-book-of-calm mood. " I heartily approve of Purple Power," adds John Walker, before beating my best score effortlessly because I'm using a touchpad and he has a proper mouse.