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Kids and grown-ups can discover a new video game from Montreal team Phosfiend Systems that should be released this year.

Fract is a musical exploration game based on synthesis. Players are sent to a forgotten world built on sound and must rebuild it by creating music with various tools (virtual instruments) available in the different parts of that strange, yet, rich universe.

The game, which has been under development for several years now, has already received support and even collaboration from the industry, including Mogi Grumbles.

Fract is expected soon on Mac and PC, the game is currently tested by selected users. You can follow the developments and discover pictures and videos at fractgame.com.

 

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