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March 13, 2014

cadence

Create perpetual motion loops using all nodes in each level of the musical Unity puzzler cadence by Peter Gardner.

21 comments:

Mr. HAPPY said...

FIRST,FIRST,FIRST,FIRST,FIRST,AHHH LIFE IS GREAT.

Anonymous said...

Love it, very Zennnn

Anonymous said...

I made it to level 9. I just couldn't beat that one.

Anonymous said...

I'm not completely sure what that was...

Anonymous said...

Great. Another Unity-based game that I cannot play because Unity won't get off their asses and write a Linux client.

A guaranteed way to eliminate 15-20% of your possible target audience for a web game: write it in Unity.

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 3/13/14 19:15,
Chill out.

Anonymous said...

Why should he? He's right!

Anonymous said...

I get the feeling that this game was inspired by pendulum

-k said...

Enjoying it, but can't seem to get beyond level 10. It seems like there's something I'm not quite understanding about the Cone object...

Anonymous said...

Suggestion for level 17?
I am stuck

Anonymous said...

Nevermind, just solved 17.
Solution to 10, try clicking the triangle to start the loop

Emily said...

loading...and loading.....and loading.......and loading.........and loading...........and loading.............and loading...............zzzzzzzzzzz

Emily said...

So cool! I love how you can change you perspective!

Anonymous said...

@k The cone is one-way - it will only redirect pulses to the node it's pointing at, and only if it's connected to that node.

Emily said...

Alternate solution to level 10: Connect the four nodes other than the cube in a square, then connect the node the cone points at to the cube. Click on the cube.

Emily said...

Level 9: Connect the cone to its targeted node. Connect the cubes to each other, and the cone to the other spherical node that's not below it. Now connect that node to the one that is below the cone, and connect the node that's below the cone to both cubes. Connect the targeted node to the closer cube. Click on either cube.

Anonymous said...

Level 13 had me stuck for quite some time but I finally figured out to click a sphere rather than a square. Cute game, but starts awfully slowly. It didn't seem challenging at all until level 9. Also, I beat the levels with the dual viewpoints, even while shattering the far one due to inactivity.

All in all, it's a really neat design but it has a lot of rough edges to polish.

Also, I ended up having to play it with my sound muted because my five-year old got scared by the buzzing sound of colliding pulses. So the game ended up losing something for me.

deodato said...

Very very nice, special and unusual. I liked it +++

Strife said...

Neat little game. The musical creations are always simple but the title never claims a complex tune. Good set of different piece types. I got all of them except for 19. Would like more levels later.

Anonymous said...

Great. Another Unity-based game that I cannot play, but for other reasons than Linux

CPNS 2014 said...

i waith more review :)

 

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