Quite surprised that AVSeq wasn’t more of a thing than it was. It made all the right noises, it had a demo, it had a reasonably fair price yet it seemed to get released and then… well, that’s about it. Unless I’ve missed some secret cabal of AVSeq players somewhere.
Match up atoms, make pretty noises. It’s a bit Rez-styled, it’s a bit Lumines at heart but it’s entirely its own thing and its thing is a good thing. A very good thing. A very hypnotic good thing.
Maybe when it hits Steam, it’ll reach the audience it deserves. In the meantime, here’s a small nudge to the rest of you to check it out. The demo is free, the game is cheap.
Here is a video. It makes less sense to watch than the game does to play.