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Genre: Puzzle, Music
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Nov 12, 2012 @ 4:04am
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SOLVE! recreate rythyms and jingles from ear by creating trees with musical leaves.

CREATE! take advantage of the built in synthesizer to make your own songs and levels.

A.Tree is a rythym puzzle game where you create your own music and solve puzzles rebuilding rythyms from ear. Using a synthesizer and the LÖVE engine to create epic trees where every leaf is a note!

The sandbox/creation area songs can be exported as levels to be played in any difficulty in puzzle mode or just shared to friends so they can hear your work. The program is easy enough to understand and use that it should also put users at a good starting point for musical production by building your understanding of the structure of electronic music through the puzzle mode and your own experimentation.

Really as a developer here the aim was to release something with the ObscureWorlds philosophy of being different to other products out there and something that would be a large enough project to market. Once released if on steam or elsewhere there will be a mac, linux and windows version available with cross platform support for song or effects within the synthesizer sharing.

At its current stage theres alot more work to be done, I'm adding all the things I want in the sandbox to begin with before I move onto easier to develop areas of the game.

find other info on the project here

Thankyou for your time and support :3.
Lewis Pearce.
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♠Decimal♠  [author] Apr 2, 2013 @ 5:00am 
To anyone interested in this currently paused project, the last development version is available to anyone with the love2d engine here .
Cheese_Burger Apr 1, 2013 @ 8:39pm 
Sounds cool, and relaxing
Vilecat Dec 4, 2012 @ 12:14pm 
That's quite the unusual program you're making. As a musician and a geek, I find it fascinating. I'm, however, not sure if the majority Steam users would find it worthy of their money and/or time.

I'm a bit lost when you speak of this being like a puzzle and recreating it, and then comparing to the screenshot currently up. Does that mean you'll have a template behind or beside or somewhere, where you can refer to? How does a puzzle get solved?

I'd like to know more about inputs and controls. Seems like the mouse will be used, but would it also work if one owns a MIDI keyboard? Which filetypes does it support?

Your menu buttons at the bottom look "squeezed" together. The minimalist look is fine though. Maybe a slightly different look would work better (like a "negative" version, for example). I'm guessing that's not a priority though.

I'm looking forward to more developpements.
SgtRicko Nov 16, 2012 @ 9:37am 
It's certainly an interesting concept, but it's not the sort of thing I'd spend cash on for my PC. It would probably be a better fit for an I-Phone or some mobile device like that.
♠Decimal♠  [author] Nov 12, 2012 @ 3:03pm 
Ahh I'll fix that now, was going to add more description anyway :3
pickten Nov 12, 2012 @ 2:41pm 
How does it work? not clear, and is it finished? :).