Music of the Spheres

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Music of the Spheres is a puzzle-shooter, to be released for the PC on April 16th. In it you can fire bouncing bullets. When they bounce, a glockenspiel note is played depending on the direction of the bounce.

08Puzzles are designed to show you as many interesting things as possible, as concisely as possible. Nothing is repeated, and nothing is meaningless.  Wherever possible, environments are composed to embody some pattern.

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 “Half-toy, half-puzzle, and wholly delightful, MotS is a joy to tinker with. You’ll be left scratching your head sometimes, but always wanting more.”
~Rich Stanton, eurogamer

There’s a beauty in the apparent simplicity of the design, which like much that is contemplative is far more complex than it first appears. It’s somehow reassuring to play a puzzle game that is entirely disinclined to frustrate, hoping to create mindful, soothing spaces instead.
~Adam Smith, Rockpapershotgun

“Really enjoying it”
~Jonathan Blow, designer, Braid

Press:
Article at the PA report – “Math, patterns, and music combine in a religious experience
Preview at indiestatik – “MotS combines math and Islamic art to find beauty
Preview at indiegraph – “Music of the Spheres – Mathematical Beauty In Action
Preview at PlusXP – “Music of the Spheres
Preview on Rock, Paper, Shotgun – “Angel Delight – Music of the Spheres
Interview at Polygon.com – “The bouncing bullets of beauty and math”
Interview at whatculture.com – “Music of the Spheres developer interview
Appearance on the One Life Left podcast – “chatterbollx
Post on indiegames.com – “Trailer: Music of the Spheres”
Post on Kotaku Australia – “This is a game about bouncing bullets, sound, and Islamic art”
Post on iheartchaos – “Trailer for the indie puzzle game Music of the Spheres”

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