Posts Tagged ‘quadrant’

Check Out The Games Made In Berlin Collection

Last week, I visited Berlin for the first time and, although only there for seven nights, I struggled to justify returning home. The culture, the history, the nightlife, the fact that there is a burger restaurant that was once a public toilet and maintains the old facade – every quirk about the city seemed to capture my heart.

Coincidentally, BerlinGameScene.com have revamped their Games Made In Berlin Collection over on Itch, bringing us a lovely gathering of neat games created in the German capital, the majority of which are free. Is this a sign for me to return? I think this might be a sign.

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Tune In, Zone In, Synesthesize: Quadrant

Quadrant screenshot

Music-based rhythm games: I love them and I am terrible at them. I find trying to synchronise my meatsack consciousness with audio and visual stimulus tremendously compelling. Happily for me, I’ve just been introduced to quadrant [official site].

First things first: this game is still in development, and yep it’s in Greenlight. However, there’s also a playable demo that’s actually fun.

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