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You may not have heard of Auditorium, but trust us when we say it's one of the most unique and intriguing games on the iOS platform. It fuses great puzzle gaming with rhythm and music. So we're not exaggerating when we say the announcement of the creator's (Cipher Prime) next game, Pulse, was a great thrill. Now we're getting word that the game has passed approval and will be released on Thursday, May 5.
Pulse will follow in the first games footsteps and include a big focus on music and rhythm. Whereas Auditorium was more of a puzzle game with music elements, Pulse looks like it will focus more closely on being a pure rhythm game. You can check out the video below to get an idea of how the game will play. It's hard to glean specifics at this point, but from the video we're guessing that the player has to tap the dots as the wave passes over them.
Its predecessor won over reviewers with its strange-yet-compelling gameplay. The player had to try to manipulate a stream of particles to get them to pass through certain areas on the screen. As you reached certain points in the level, different parts of a symphony would start to come together. Finishing the level meant completing the symphony, and having all the instruments playing together.
Auditorium [iTunes Link] is currently available for free, and Pulse will be releasing May 5 only on iPad.