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Jonathan Mak Shows Off The Sound Shapes Music/Level Editor

Posted on Wednesday, August 1 @ 13:23:06 Eastern by

Jonathan Mak is here to show off the Sound Shapes level and music editor. He's also wearing a shirt with a dog on it. You know, that's how they do it in Toronto.

Seriously, just watch. Jonathan speeds through the editor with the knowledge of a developer, but when you actually get your hands on it, you'll want to slow down and look AT ALL THE STUFF YOU CAN USE IN THE GAME. In the video, Mak adds Deadmau5 beats to Superbrothers-Jim-Guthrie bloops to some stock sound effects.

The best part of the Sound Shapes level editor? Drop-in and drop-out testing. Does the level work? I don't know, you tell me.

I am litterally drooling. I think you guys know how excited I am for this game.
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