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Sentris, An Early Access Musical Challenge Game For Linux

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Sentris is a new kind of music game that puts you at the epicenter of musical creation. It's colourful and filled with great music, so what more could you want?

It's very early though, so be warned they will be plenty of bugs and nasties lurking around, but the basic game is actually a pretty awesome idea.

Sentris is another game to come from Kickstarter, and it raised over $50K, so hopefully they will be able to do plenty with that money.

It doesn't have many reviews yet being a new game, but the initial reviews are positive , but those reviewers haven't spent much time with it.

You can grab it from Humble or Steam.

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Sentris is a new kind of music game that puts you at the epicenter of musical creation. It transforms the act of making music into a puzzle of colourful concentric circles. It's a rhythmical challenge that enables personal musical expression. The music you make with Sentris is your own authentic creation to enjoy and share.

Create your own song as you drop Sound Blocks of different instruments, pitches, and lengths into a looping grid. To solve the puzzles, fill highlighted areas of the grid with specific colors or rhythms. Its simplicity is deceptive -- fitting all of the right Sound Blocks into the right place at the same time can be extremely difficult. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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