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access_time July 20, 2016 at 9:10 PM in News by Charlie Grammer

Chime Sharp is now available on Steam

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Chilled Mouse was recently excited to announce that the anticipated music puzzle game, Chime Sharp, has arrived on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This title returns as a bolder, more polished version of the critically acclaimed game, Chime, bringing players a unique crossover between music and interaction. As players logically position various shapes on the grid, the passing beatline reads formed blocks as notes while remixing popular electronic music. The game also features a 20% launch discount from €14.99/$14.99/£9.99.

Ian Baverstock, CEO of Chilled Mouse, stated, “Chime Sharp represents the next step in the path that Ste Curran and Zoë Mode took with the original game. Our goal now, as it was then, is to have players engage with and remix quality music through compelling gameplay, seamlessly blending the two elements. We’re so proud of the roster of musicians we got to work with for Chime Sharp, and we hope players will feel the same way when they start remixing those amazing tunes themselves!”

Some of the distinguished international music artists that contributed to the melodic ambiance are Kavinsky, CRVCHES, Steve Reich, Los. Chipzel, Andy Hung, Message to Bears, Timothy Schmalz, Magic Sword, Shirobon, Noveller, Haiku Salut, Luc Grey, A Mote of Dust, and Symbion Project.

“I was absolutely thrilled to work on Chime Sharp. It’s a fantastic little game that perfectly combines music sequencing with challenging gameplay”, said Niamh Houston, aka Chipzel. “My track “Psychonaut” was created with the gameplay in mind – entwining multiple layers that progressively build to compliment the final arrangement and written with the intention of awarding the player as they advance, through evocative melodies and euphoric transitions.”

Are you planning to pick up Chime Sharp?


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