Audiosurf User Reviews
Match three games are fairly commonplace these days. Thanks to Tetris laying the foundations, this sub genre of the block puzzle style has pretty much exploded, especially for the casual scene where they have scored a lot of success. We've seen quite a few spins on the idea, but none quite so "out there" as Audiosurf, whose whole premise revolves around building block patterns out of songs on your computer.
Sounds crazy but that's the gist of it. When you play a round of Audiosurf you can pick out a song from any of the drives hooked up to the computer and this will determine the style and r...
An indie game available for download via Steam and developed by Dylan Fitterer, Audiosurf is one of the most well-known casual titles in indie gaming. Utilising music from the player’s library to create tracks, the game sees players racing along bends and curves created around their favourite songs. Using an intriguing combination of music and gaming, the game’s simplistic design becomes surprisingly addictive quite quickly.
Keeping with the theme of simplicity, the controls can be switched between two options: your mouse or a couple of keys (the mouse being a lot more fun though). The contr...
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- Audiosurf 2 upgraded to "Coming Soon" on Steam, early access starts October 2 6
- Audiosurf 2 on the next wave in! 0
- How do you play? (keyboard/mouse/etc) 11
- Graphics 5
- Good songs/genres to play 11
- Medals - Waaaay too easy? 3
- Member Videos 4
- In-Game Name Directory 6
- Introduction Thread - Who are you? 4
- Songs you are ranked in 3
- Is it just me, or is the jump from Pro to Elite too much 5
- What character do you use? 5