Auditorium game review: Present a cool soothing experience.

AuditoriumEarly 2010 release, indie game Auditorium is lastly coming to consoles in early November. Publisher Zoo Entertainment has dated the game for a November 2 release on PS3 and November 3 on Xbox 360.

Auditorium is one of Zoo Entertainment’s first digital releases and, importantly, one of the first titles developed through the company’s indiePub Games online gaming site. Auditorium has won several awards including The Mochis and Interactive Media Awards.

According to the sources “robust 2010 new releases offer broad-based, value-added appeal to the casual game player,” said Mark Seremet, chief executive officer, Zoo Entertainment, Inc. “Our strategy to offer a diversified portfolio of titles and leverage our strong licensing partnerships is working.

It has enabled Zoo Entertainment to grow even in very challenging economic conditions. We’re also pleased that this year’s line-up includes an initial contribution from indiePub Games. Our strong 2010 release schedule combined with our digital initiatives position us well for continued growth.”

Auditorium is a musical puzzle journey. The subtle melodies and only one of its kind game plays present a cool soothing experience. Challenge yourself to change light into sound while surrounded by stunning visual effects and supreme symphonies.

Find yourself manipulating a constant watercourse of moving particles of light and sound into audio containers as you fill the containers, light transforms into sound. Given enough light, the containers will begin to sing together in a symphony not enough light, and you’ll find yourself battling to overcome each puzzle.

Auditorium has been priced at $9.99/800 Microsoft Points and gets a feel of the knowledge playing the spark game.


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