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A jam submission

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Found Sound is a sound art game about finding a relic from the past and uncovering its secrets.
Submitted by tapesclub (@tapesclub) — 3 hours, 40 minutes before the deadline
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Team Name
tapes club

Game Name
Found Sound

Link to Gameplay Footage
https://youtu.be/F8_ZQu3_s14

List any content that was created before the jam.
none

Are you entering as a student team?
n/a

Which Engine version did you use to create your entry?
5.3

Gameplay Instructions
Found Sound is a one-button game. You can select which button you'd like to press during the intro. There are 10 modes, each of which causes the button to produce a different type of sound. There are instructions displayed for how to enter each mode—these are sort of inscrutable, because it is a puzzle game. :) Once you activate all 10 modes, your completion time will be displayed and you can freely access any mode with the number keys.

(if you'd like a hint about how to unlock the modes, scroll down—spoiler!)





New modes can be unlocked by rapid pressing, rapid pressing very fast, a timed press after unlocked the rapid press modes (tip, you can just keep smashing the button) holding the button down for about 18s total, and releasing the button at exactly 9s.

What platform is your game built for?

Windows

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Comments

Submitted(+1)

Very impressive! Seemed I got stuck on one last dot that I coudln't manage to unlock:/
 Great execution:)

Submitted(+1)

It's amazing what you can do with so little! I never though that pressing one button could be such a brilliant experience!

Submitted(+1)

This is an incredible experience, I'm a big fan. The combination of minimalism in terms of mechanics and the cryptic instructions is extremely engaging. Fascinating sound design as well.

Are you planning to make more games in the future?

Developer

cheers, thank you! tha'ts very kind feedback. will be working on more games for sure... also will probably post another little prototype here soon, talking about it next month at game sound con and want to make it available beforehand

Submitted(+1)

Very unique, interesting and really impressed me. With "little" you can immerse yourself and try new ways to make sounds. Bravo! ^^

Submitted(+1)

Looks like fun, man! Will test it later!