Rhythm-Action Platformer “Klang” Gets Release Date on Steam

Ever wanted a rhythm game that was about more than just matching buttons? This one strives to be an action-rhythm platformer.
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Klang, an abstract rhythm game being developed by lone Norwegian developer Tinimations, will be released on Steam on September 22nd of this year.  

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Klang is a rhythm game that seeks to escape the typical standard of most music games where the player is just matching buttons to the music, and strives to actually involve the players in the music itself through a blend of combat and 2D platforming.

The game features a soundtrack by electric dance music artist bLiNd, a stark but expressive visual style with bright but minimal color choices, and a motif of music that plays into both the visuals and the story in addition to the gameplay.

Klang will be published under Snow Cannon Games, and has a playable demo available at PAX West 2016 at their booth along with other titles.

If you are interested in picking up Klang, it will not be released until September 22nd, but it can be wishlisted on Steam as of right now.


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I'm just your average basement-dwelling eclectic and eccentric video gamer who does his best to make a point, share experiences, and talk to people without swallowing his own tongue. I'm mostly into Platformers and RPG's, but I'll try pretty much anything once, and I'm also trying to find something different and interesting to play, and then share with as many people as I can. I can also beat the entire first world in Super Meat Boy while wearing oven mitts.