Monday, 13 July 2015

Cello Fortress at The Warp Zone Art Show

Another exciting announcement! This year's Warp Zone Art Show will include the fantastic "Cello Fortress" by Joost van Donge, a unique game experience combining games and a live music performance.
A cellist defends a fortress by improvising on his cello. Melodies control the guns, dissonant notes activate the flamethrowers. Players from the audience use game controllers to steer their tanks and attack the fortress. The cellist plays live music, while at the same time controlling the game to be a fun challenge for the players. Cello Fortress is an innovative experiment that blends concert and game.
Joost van Dongen is known for his previous game Proun, and as lead programmer and co-founder of Ronimo Games, the studio behind the hit downloadable games Awesomenauts, Swords & Soldiers and De Blob. Joost regularly writes about creating games on his development blog.

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