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morphe from developer Pixelfoot Games released back in October with it silently gaining Linux support yesterday.

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For those who are after something a little less flashy and a little more zen, morphe is all about the music. Perhaps this will be something for you to relax after the holiday season is all over and done with?

This is actually a full game that was born from a prototype made back in 2016. Enough people liked it for them to go back and make more of it.

Explore gorgeous low-poly environments, activating 200+ unique bits of music at mysterious obelisks, to create your own ambient music. Find cassette tapes with field recordings, or discover environmental objects to add to your symphony of relaxation.

Record the music you make directly to your computer for repeated listening on your smart phone or in your car, or for the more musically inclined, add your own custom audio to the game and make something even more unique.

Find it on Steam and itch.io.

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