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Audiosurf Air Takes To The Skies In This Gameplay Teaser

Posted on Thursday, March 21 @ 17:59:57 Eastern by

I like the high flying soundtrack and effects on hand in this Audiosurf Air gameplay teaser, posted by the developer hamsteralliance. Obviously, yes, going at that speed it might be hard to control, but I love the audio effects and visuals as they match up and send the player airborne.

I haven't played much of the original game, but this new sequel might dumb it down enough for me to actually feel successful at it. Seriously, Audiosurf is a pretty hard game depending on the track you're playing. The fans on this video's Youtube page feel like the air-gameplay is too disorienting, but I think it looks cool. I don't really care if I miss a few notes so long as the track sounds good and the gameplay is fun.

What do you think and have you played enough Audiosurf to want a sequel?
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