Microsia : relaxing molecular tunes ... weird zen art ;-)

I would like to share a recent experience i made with a fresh concept game.

Microsia lets you dive into a plant cell to explore the sound of the microcosm. Within the cell there are a multiplicity of cell particles which you can manipulate to generate music and visual effects. The particles’ interplay creates new audio-visual compositions again and again.

It is really innovating and relaxing ( it remembers me Electroplankton the first interactive music video program made for the Nintendo DS ).

System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista, 1.8GHz CPU, 512 MB RAM (1GB for Vista users), 64 MB Graphics Card, DirectX-compatible sound card

The demo/game is only 10MB … let me know if you like it :wink:

Watching the videos that looks pretty amazing. What sort things have you been generating? Screen shots? :slight_smile:

PS If you know them, they should probably be aware that their Support forum seems to have significant amounts of spam… that’s not intentional/allowed, if you know, is it?

It looks like a one man project but i don’t know him. I am not linked to it. I saw the forum was spammed a lot it is a pity :frowning:

Here is a link to a Youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATlUa9xChgc# ( taken from http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2009/04/microsia-molecular-sounds.html )

You move molecules with tone generators and some FXs and it’s funny to play with it, adding beats with some cells filters to tweak sounds and light effects. Kids like it too :wink: