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Waveform release date announced

Yes, we're talking about the easy-to-learn, hard-to-master action-adventure-puzzle game from Eden Industries which we initially covered here, and did a preview of here. Ryan Vandendyck, founder of Eden Industries, has shared with OMGeek that the game will be available on Steam on March 20. We haven't been informed yet how much it will go for.

March 20, everyone! In the meantime, here's that gameplay video with the awesome music again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHjTRDWk2xo

Introducing Waveform, an Indie Game from Eden Industries

We'd just like to reiterate that in between bursts of simulating the killing of other men with rifles, pistols, rocket launchers, tanks, jets, helicopters, knives in throats, and precision airstrikes, the gentle denizens of OMGeek also like to while away the time with more cerebral and less violent pursuits. Truly.

This is why I'm very pleased to announce the soon-to-be-released Waveform, an action-adventure-puzzler from Eden Industries that's all about controlling a wave of light through space.

Navigate the beauty and hazards of the solar system while riding on a wave of light in this innovative arcade-action game. On your journey to restore light to a dying galaxy being consumed by a Singularity, you'll travel from Pluto to the Sun and interact with a wide variety of strange objects, and mind-bending situations that will affect the path of your wave, and the world around you, in interesting ways.

Simple to play but difficult to master, Waveform combines the pure fun of retro arcade titles with all the bells and whistles of modern games. Colorful graphics and a retro-symphonic soundtrack accompany over 100 levels of challenge and excitement full of mysterious and fun objects like Wormholes, Particle Accelerators, and the enigmatic Space Squids of Venus!

It's a bit hard to describe because I can't really think of anything quite like it at the moment, but the screens could give you some idea of how it's going to go down. Better yet, check out the video here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHjTRDWk2xo

OMGeek has been given the chance to try out a pre-release build of the game, so count on reading about our personal impressions very soon after we spend some time with it!

Waveform is due out very soon on March 2012.

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