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Inside My Radio

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One
Genre: Rhythm
Publisher: Iceberg Interactive
Developer: Seaven Studio
Release Date: May 11, 2015

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'Inside My Radio' Announced - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on June 4, 2014 @ 12:15 a.m. PDT

Inside My Radio is a rhythm-action platformer game where you start as a little green guy living inside a broken boombox.

During your quest to fix it, you journey through different musical worlds where all the actions you perform must be synchronized with the beat of the music. Let the astonishing music guide you through this beat-driven world!

Inside My Radio will feature different musical worlds and themes, such as electro or disco. We picture the game as a record where each level is a different track!

Inside My Radio was first made by TurboDindon during Ludum Dare#23 where it won both the Overall and Audio prizes in the Jam category and came in second in both Coolness and Innovation.

Seaven Studio and TurboDindon are teaming up to bring a bigger, better and more polished experience of Inside My Radio! Seaven Studio and TurboDindon are good friends who met back at Hydravision where they were co-workers. When Seaven Studio finished Ethan: Meteor Hunter, TurboDindon and Inside My Radio sound designer, Joachim Neuville, who also made Ethan’s sound, suggested to make the jam prototype into a complete game.

That was the beginning of the partnership!


  • When the music and the gameplay connect: Rhythmic awareness is required to jump, dash or slam! Never, under any circumstance, should you play on mute.
  • Play different musical styles: Each world has its own musical style such as electro, disco and more. Levels bring different variations to each style too! Picture the game as a record where each level is a different track.
  • When the music and the player connect: Be part of the song with your actions adding music to the track.

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