Wednesday, February 4th 2009

Audiosurf International Update Available Now

The sensational PC music gaming title, Audiosurf, keeps on rockin' the free world with a massive update now available, free of charge, via Steam.
The International Update introduces Unicode support, enhanced community features, support for play on netbooks, a new Visualizer mode, and more.
Audiosurf is a music-adapting puzzle racer where you use your own music to create your own experience. The shape, the speed, and the mood of each ride is determined by the song selected. Points are earned for clustering together blocks of the same color on the highway. The game also allows gamers to compete with others on the Internet for the highest score on any song they own.
The title was created by solo developer Dylan Fitterer, who came up with the design for Audiosurf after six months of running, where Fitterer released a new game every Friday. Fitterer's favorite design produced during this period was Tune Racer, which was iterated and evolved into Audiosurf.
Owners of Audiosurf will automatically receive the International Update by connecting to Steam, where Audiosurf is offered for just $9.99.
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3 Comments on Audiosurf International Update Available Now

I bought it when it was $10 this past summer, thought it was freakin awesome. And I just havn't played it since. lol
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I play it a fair bit definitly worth the 10 bucks i paid so thats what that update was i saw earlier sweet. :p
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And... NETBOOK SUPPORT! This thing ran just fine on G31-based cards (GMA3100) already, they improved it more?
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