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Jul 11, 2012 | 7:40 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place July 13, 2012

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Beginner 10 Points Finish the first 10 levels
Resonator 25 Points Finish the first 20 levels
Addict 50 Points Finish all 40 levels
Hero 50 Points Finish 20 levels with a 3 star rating
Resonating GOD 100 Points Finish all 40 levels with a 3 star rating

Author Comments

Resonance is a musical platform puzzle game originally created during the Global Game Jam in 2010 in the Netherlands, where it won both the audience award and the jury 1st prize.

The goal in the game is to collect and play notes to resonate the blocks and alter the level.

Walk around with the arrow keys. Play notes with 1, 2, 3 and 4 (when collected)

Earlier this year Resonance came to iOS (for free).

EDIT
Added a medal resend button to unlock medals in case they somehow failed to unlock.
Many thanks to DoctorStrongbad for this idea!

Reviews


lulluby2lulluby2

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I think the game is ok but the note sound can be better. The noise really annoys me. Other than that there is nothing more to complain.


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xXSilentSXxxXSilentSXx

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not actually a musical game. One could easily play this with the sound off. It's definitely a colour game. As a colour deficient gamer, I found notes 3 and 4 to be somewhat confusing. Good effort though. If you want to make a real musical game, make the music matter.


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JanasbananaJanasbanana

Rated 2 / 5 stars

jump sucks



omnijackomnijack

Rated 3 / 5 stars

secant game, but OH MY GOD THE MUSIC IS SO PAINFUL


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HandsomeTylerHandsomeTyler

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game. Pretty sprites and music and plenty of well designed levels but a style issue. Given the childlike nature of the game and the ease to make a mistake I expected easier time qualifications. The strict time constraints on most of the levels seems a little out of place but salvageable if the level reset button actually reset time and score. It could, honestly, take longer to quit, and restart a level than to actually complete it.

tl:dr level reset actually resets level (position, time, score, etc)

Also, anyone complaining about the difficulty hasn't actually tried. I finished all levels with 3 stars in less than 30 mins. One practice completion of all and then mop up of anything with 2 stars or less.


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