AuditoriumÂ is a flash based musical game where using the flow of audio visual particles you create create sound or to be more exact, a composition.Â The goal of Auditorium is to guide your particle flow into the various audio containers. As you fill these containers, you will energize them, giving them enough energy so they begin to sing together in a symphony.
The game offers a number of challenges in the way of achieving aÂ symphony. As you progress in the levels you are met with various obstacles that including divide, black hole, wormhole, Ion storm and if that’s not enough some containers also require a specific colour of flow and some a combination of two or more colours in order to fill.Â
Auditorium is not aboutÂ resolvingÂ a puzzle, ie the correct way to position your controls but rather the way you choose. Splitting the flow in the way you think works best might give you just enough particles you need to fill the containers and generate full composition. The game alsoÂ automaticallyÂ saves your progress so you canÂ alwaysÂ pick up where you left off.
The game is both visually enticing and fun.Â AuditoriumÂ falls into the rare group of games created using Flash that challenge both the platform and gameplay. It’s an absolute pleasure seeing that as you manage yourÂ particlesÂ a harmony is formed offering you a visual extravaganza of particle dynamics.
This demo of Auditorium features 3 Acts. Each Act has at least 5 separate levels. The team is currently working on the full version of the game and have estimated around 20 acts total to be released in the near future.