Hanging Gardens Interactive, Application Systems Heidelberg
May 25, 2022 - PC
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Critic Reviews for Sonority

Sonority is a fun game that will easily keep you going for a few evenings. None of the puzzles will leave you scratching your head for too long which for people with dangerously short attention spans is a major positive. The puzzles can get repetitive quite quickly, but the plot is interesting enough to keep you playing to discover the mysteries of the game world.

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For me, Sonority hit all the right notes. The ingenious mechanics used to solve puzzles, the gradual introduction of more complex melodies and the delightful graphics and storyline were a joy to experience.

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That is essentially the ups and downs of Sonority. It’s not a super long game by any means, but it’s a nice little game for anyone that is into puzzlers, especially if you’re particularly into music and its theory. Sonority isn’t revolutionising the genre, but the usage of music and understanding of notes and scales could be good for anyone younger who is into or looking to have a better understanding of it.

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While it’s always cool to see games using music as a means to solve puzzles, this adventure isn’t quite pitch perfect

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