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Auditorium 2: Duet

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Puzzle
Developer: Cipher Prime
Release Date: 2012

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'Auditorium 2: Duet' Announced, Seeks Crowd Funding

by Rainier on Feb. 29, 2012 @ 5:01 a.m. PST

Duet will build faithfully on all the essential elements of the beloved original; players will still be creating music by bending dazzling rivers of light and color through brain-twisting puzzles. But it’s also going to be so much more. The last time around we invited you into our Auditorium. Now we want you all to come back and play together!

Auditorium 2: Duet will be a cooperative experience. To solve puzzles, you will need to coordinate with a partner to guide luminous motes to their proper destinations. 

There will still be a single player mode, but the magic will take place in cooperative mode. 

It’s going to be a thoughtful and intense experience where you must lean on each others intuition and planning to create a vividly pulsing color scape. You’ll work together to overcome all the challenges we throw at you.

Auditorium 2: Duet will feature multiple interactive playing fields. The addition of partner is going to be accompanied by an expansion of the game space, meaning several interlinked playing fields. You control your own field, but your actions will affect your partner’s display. The real heart of the game will be found in managing these interactions harmoniously.

Auditorium 2: Duet will allow for local and networked play. Aside from a separate single player campaign, we want you to be able to play locally with other people on the same network, as well as over the internet with friends from all over the world!

Cipher Prime is looking for $60,000 to fund the development and has launched a Kickstarter campaign.


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