"Mechanical interplay between platforming and music is mesmerizing" - [Gamespot]
Inside My Radio: Digital Deluxe Edition includes:
Inside My Radio
Thumping Original Soundtrack
Can you beat the beat? Journey as a green LED mysteriously trapped inside a dying boombox and play the ultimate musical experience. In this rhythmic platform adventure where your every action needs to be right on the beat, bring electro, dub and disco music back to life!
Key Features: - Rhythmic awareness is vital when you jump, dash or slam. You have to hit that beat! Never under any circumstances should you play on mute!
Feel creative, play with the music and unleash your inner musician! Inside My Radio lets you compose the track: YOU are in control, either with your actions, movements or jam zone, where you can freely choose and mix the tracks the way you want.
The game is a mix-tape where every level is a different track: every level brings different variations to electro, disco or dub!
Enjoyed the experience but want more? Try to finish the levels before the clock expires, in Time Attack mode. It’s rhythm or die time: the more you hit the beat, the higher your score multiplier goes, the better your score. Don’t miss a beat or you will lose your multiplier AND get a time penalty!
Inside My Radio © 2015 Seaven Studio. Developed by Seaven Studio. Licensed exclusively worldwide to and published by Iceberg Interactive B.V. All brands, product names, and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Made in France.
A great game that went under the radar. I've played so many rhythm based games and, even though I love the genre and had fun with almost all of them, just a few actually worked as "rhythm games". Take games like Beat Hazard or Rush Bros, which include rhythm mechanicals that actually didn't work since everything starts to get random at some point (specially if you import your own music to the game). Inside My Radio is not perfect, but really puts some effort on this matter. It can be a frustrating game at times, but the more you play the better you are, specially because it gets a bit confusing at some point and you'll have to get used to it. I needed more time to do that than I needed in other rhythm games. This is a great option if you are looking for a rhythm game with great music and gameplay mechanics. Like Electronic Super Joy but way easier.
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