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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Ambush, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. Ambush

    Ambush Active Member
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    First off, sorry if there is already a topic about this I found nothing in search. I was wondering if anyone one or any company is planning to release audiosurf for android. My friend has it on his Zune HD, you basically get to pick any song on the device and it plays just like audiosurf on the PC using the accelerometer to move. I think this would also be fun on android. So anyone know?
     

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  2. DarbagDarbag

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    would be awesome, i love that game
     
  3. proxyzero

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    Just found this game today. "Wave" by Motalen is exactly what you guys are talking about. Pretty incredible that I can play along with my music and watch the visuals change with it!!

    Thought you guys might want to know this.
     
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  4. DarbagDarbag

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    Thanks for the heads up
     
  5. OFI

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    Hmm just had a quick look at Wave and I can't say it looked much like AudioSurf :p
     
  6. jstengren

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    I would KILL for an Android version of Audiosurf! I used to hook my laptop up to my TV and blast psytrance while flying around the neon-rollercoaster, lol. I checked out Wave, but it pales in comparison... really not the same game, though similar basic concept. Searched a bit on Google as well and saw some mentions by the developers of Audiosurf saying plans are in the works (late 2009). May be worth investigating.
     

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