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Echolocation Woodstock

2012-05-17 15:55:54.36617+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

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#Comment Re: made: 2012-05-18 15:01:27.625128+00 by: other_todd

Have you played Devil's Tuning Fork?

It gets frustratingly difficult after a while, but going through at least a few levels of it is very instructive for one's brain. The premise is that you are completely in the dark, but the game uses a visual analogue of echolocation - when you press a button a wave of light briefly "echoes" off surfaces. Using this one tool, you must navigate a series of platform-game style hazards.

There's a sample movie on the top page of http://www.devilstuningfork.com/ The actual game is at the "Download" link.