Jacob Albano (inc?)
Based in New Hampshire, USA
September 7, 2014
PC / Mac / Linux
Iridescence is an abstract puzzle game about working through problems by approaching them from a direction that might be less than obvious, where the first systems you're introduced to might still surprise you halfway through, and where the joy of having a solution "click" in your mind is the paramount goal.
Iridescence began as a simple weeklong project in the OneGameAMonth initiative. After its initial release as "Slide" and the warm feedback it received, I decided to improve it over the course of a month or two and turn it into my first commercial release. 11 months later...
- Exploratory play and an intuitive, text-free tutorial that seamlessly introduces new mechanics without breaking the flow of the game.
- 50 mind-bending puzzles, plus the Ogmo editor project used to create the original levels and full support for mods.
- Original ambient/electronic soundtrack by Chris Logsdon.
Teaser Trailer YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
- "Digital Showcase at the Boston Festival of Indie Games." September 14, 2014
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Release Blog Post
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About Jacob Albano (inc?)
I'm a programmer and game developer. Terrible at writing summaries about myself. I have a fascination with deep systemic simulations and teaching through play.
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