Holy hell, this game is amazing. Being a spare-time audio engineer and musician, it naturally appeals to my sinusoidal nature. My only desire would be to see some sine wave puzzles which I think would be harder to fit together in your mind. And perhaps to give an option to make the game harder; some puzzles are too easy because the game does some fine tuning when you get close enough to the solution. (Sorry if the game already has these and I haven't reached them yet!)
Slow and enjoyable. Alright. First of all I would like to clarify that I have completed all the levels therefore have the right to have an opinion as such. I loved this game. Although short it was a very nice concept. It took me up until wave 60 odd to realise that there was actually a pattern and that the different bars meant different things. It isn't something that can be completed all at once. It is very much a game that you can happily come back to after a day or so and enjoy it just as much. Would love to see more!
Needs work on user options I LOVE this game. BUT, it needs a few more options for the player. There is no options menu for things like sound or display control. Try playing this game outside or in a bright area; It's difficult to see the lines at any brightness. It also auto rotates even though I have portrait lock activated on my phone. It makes the game almost unplayable in certain situations. Please allow the user a little more control over the audio and visual! :) Otherwise a fantastic game with an awesome soundtrack!
I would recommend... However it is not challenging at all. The concept and execution are on point, but if it were made the slightest bit more sensitive to how you line up the waves, it would be perfect. Personally i would love a difficulty setting so that if i wanted to have a relaxed session i could do that, and still have the ability to play at a more comfortable difficulty later. Over all nice game and i would recommend checking it out. Just don't expect a very big challenge.
I like the design for this game. It's pretty complex to figure out how each signal lines up and affects the end. That was in the morning on the subway. Then I find out, now that I can turn the sound on, 75 levels later, that the music gives very obvious clues at how close you are. I beat many levels in a row after that without thinking. Its still fun, I just reccomend playing with the music off (even though it's good too!)
I love this game; first game I ever considered donating to off the app store; will do so next paycheck. Wonderful music that doesn't get on your nerves, nice graphics, tests your noggin. I'm up to wave 236! Only small problem I have is it auto-solves the wave after you get a certain percentage right. Would have liked a "hard mode" or something where you have the option to set the solve buffer as a smaller percentage.
• Added a link to the Soundtrack