This project I'm working on (temporarily named "Steam") is a game that will test the player's ability to decipher which notes make up a chord.
The way it works is players will hear the chord they need to make at the beginning of each levels. The player then needs to open up different valves that release different notes in the form of steam. When only the valves that make up the chord are open, the player can advance to the next stage. As the game progresses, there will be more and more valves with different notes allowing the room for error to increase and making it more difficult.
Update 8/15/11: Introductory level has been added. Gives a brief tutorial on an easy level. To play, first listen to the chord that is played. You will need to open the correct valves to make the chord. Press A to open a valve, and B to close it. When you think you have created the correct chord, press A near the computer. The computer will then compare your chord to the one you are trying to match. If successful, you will move on to the next level. If not, you will simply need to adjust the steam. Also, if you just want to hear the chord again, press A near the computer with all valves closed.
This is still early in the works, but do let me know of any bugs! :D
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on August 16th, 2011, 3:10 am, edited 5 times in total.