Tunescape is an ambient musical gaming experience that is available now on Xbox Live Indie Games.
Music-generated gameplay meets physics-based interaction. Fly through a colorful, music-driven environment and try to capture the Tune Fragments. But beware of Meteors and Black Holes!
- A challenging progression through nine songs included.
- Unlimited gameplay - play against any song in your own music library!
- Four gameplay modes.
- Two to four player multiplayer.
- Only $1.00!
You can find Tunescape in the Xbox Live Marketplace here.
Tunescape coverage from around the internet:
- xnPlay picked it as one of their favorites of the week, and say "finally a 'gameplay is based on your music' game that works well".
- GamerGeddon calls it "a steal at 80 points and well worth checking out". Update: They now have a full review up.
- The Tunescape Launch Trailer on GameTrailers.com.
- gaygamer says "I honestly wasn't expecting much going into the game. And now I can't stop playing".
- XboxHornet calls it an "amazing little physics/music hybrid".
- The folks at Signed In had a lot of nice things to say about Tunescape on their weekly podcast.
- xblig.co.uk rates Tunescape 4 out of 5, and says "this could be the music driven game to beat this year".
- xblaratings.com rated Tunescape 9 out of 10, saying "This is one of the best musically themed games I’ve played!". Update: They now have a brief interview with me up.
- The Veteran Gamers did a segment about Tunescape on their podcast.
- XBOX 360 Digest gave Tunescape 4/5 stars, calling it "one Indie game that’s hard to put down".
- SFX360 says "this addictive little game can quickly change the way you enjoy music on your Xbox 360".
- Nukezilla gives tunescape a -2 (that's 8 out of 10 on their rating scale), saying "the gameplay is fantastic and the music is great".