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Chime

“not so Bad ”

Written on: 04/01/2012 by themaninthevan2001 (121 reviews written)

i've never had a warm fuzzy feeling from a puzzler before... The combination of the beat line and quads adds up to...so right. it's fun just placing quads on different areas of the boards so it's like you're constantly remixing the music on the fly. in fact this is what really gives it longevity, attempting to see what a quad does to the tune depending on where you place it, and the tunes used are spot on, not heavy and obtrusive, it just pumps away egging you to play on. The pressure of puzzle… Read Full Review

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“Chime is a puzzle game available on the Xbox Live...”

Written on: 18/02/2010 by reviewkitten (295 reviews written)

Chime is a puzzle game available on the Xbox Live Arcade for a tiny 400 points (about £4).

Reminisant of the old Spears Multipuzzle (it's probably on ebay) me and my brother played when we were kids combined with Tetris and some of the best electronic music producers out there, including Paul Hartnoll (Orbital), Phillip Glass, Fred Deakin (Lemonjelly), Markus Schulz and Moby. I was hooked after my first go at the trial game.

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