Then you'd get FRACT OSC, a haunting exploration puzzle game where the entire world is a fully functional KORG-style synthesizer. I spent an hour playing the game and grilling its creator about the inner workings of this infernal music machine, and you can watch that below. There's not really another game like it.
If you're a scifi nerd, chances are you've dreamed of living inside a computer — those memories of Tron, ReBoot and countless other cyberpunk universes have been burned into your imagination. Fract OSC attempts to capture that magic and, for the most part, succeeds.
That really is the best way to describe FRACT OSC, an upcoming indie puzzle game from Phosfiend. But what does that really mean? The video above gives a good sense of how the game will work.
The city building game built by fighting game veterans and the "rogue-lite" with the awesome soundtrack are just two of the ten games that nabbed community-assured distribution rights on Steam this month. Let's have a look at who and what they are.