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Michael Klaus Schmidt

Anomalies - Generative Art and Music - please comment

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My generative art game (game being used in the loosest sense) randomly produces audio/visual configurations based on a number of parameters.  The user can also manually manipulate these parameters in order to change the results to his/her preferences. 


It is not a game in the sense of having a specific goal, but does offer hours (maybe) of enjoyment.  I think one of it's strongest features at this time is that it writes its own music through the same parameters that control its visual appearance.  Here's a short trailer:




All sounds/music and visual effects in this video were generated randomly with the Anomalies program in real time


You can check out more information about Anomalies, and vote for it (if you think it's worthy) on Steam Greenlight:



If you'd like to try Anomalies for free, or learn about more of it's features, check out the home page:



Or, if you prefer, you can download it from IndieDB:



Since Anomalies does not fit into most game categories, I would love to know what people think about it.  I enjoy it, but then I am biased.

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