Sentris ia the newest indie game to be making the rounds and it appears to be generating enough buzz to cause envy in hundreds of beehives. Its Kickstarter is nearly funded, so we thought we’d take a closer look at the game set to take the music and puzzle world and rotate it 360 degrees, literally.
While the playable version is just a prototype at this point, you can still see the interface is a thing of elegance and simplicity. The goal of the game is to fill in the colored spaces with matching colored blocks representing instruments. The introductory level gets your feet wet pretty quickly but things ramp up in complexity fast, and soon you’re dealing with multiple rings of spaces and multiple instruments.
Choosing different instruments for different colored spaces means you’ll eventually get a song that’s uniquely your own. Perhaps the worst part of playing Sentris at this early stage is that we want to see more, more colors, more puzzles, more instruments, the potential seems almost limited only by the imagination.
Sentris will be available on Windows, Mac, Linux and has been recently announced for Ouya as well.
If these shots of Sentris in action aren’t enough to satisfy you, then feel free to head over to their Kickstarter page.