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A musical journey controlling a leading migratory bird
Submitted by eSeeOS, d0td0t — 10 hours, 13 minutes before the deadline
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It is enjoyable and would deserve more work, notably to make it more inviting and easier to get into.

I wonder, how are we supposed to restart except via an XBoxController?


Hi and thanks for the comment,

As displayed  on the game page you just have to hit escape to relaunch the sound.


Great concept and audio. Looks very visually appealing. I enjoyed playing it, I would have kept playing but the song ended. Would be great to see some more stuff added to it and different levels.


I like html games, no need to download ^^

I've played many musical games, and your concept is good and different, I like that. Visuals are good too, the different layers of the background are beautiful and the birds are cute.

It is challenging to play with keyboard arrows, which was my first choice. The problem is that the birds won't go back to an horizontal fly after pressing up and down, and it makes it quite harder than the left mouse click. Both gameplays are different and interesting however, and it's cool to have the choice!

Is there no screenshot of the original game?


Thanks a lot for your comment!

 Yeah, the left mouse control feel a bit too easy and the keyboard arrows one has a lack of precision. The most enjoying way to play it maybe the Xbox controller stick.

As for the original game, I released my first finished game 2 month ago, so it wouldn't have make much sense to already remake it. So I choose to remake my first gamemaking attempt ever, I did a year ago. I'm still searching for the concept art I did for it to post it on the game page,  but I may have have nothing left from it on my computer.


I really appreciate games that match song to gameplay. The one thing where games fall behind cinema is that music hardly match with action. This should really be explored more often.

BTW, your logo is beautiful, but it's too hard to read. It could cause marketing problems.