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A rhythmic adventure by Sintel in collaboration with Cairo Liberation Front.

Nymphaea is a rhythmic game designed around 'Nymphaea Caerulea', Cairo Liberation Front and Al Lover's latest record. You find yourself inside a pyramid looking for great treasure, but beware of all the enemies and hazards inside. They dance to the beat and try to keep you out. Learning their rhythms might be your only chance to survival!

  • Enjoy the rhythmically driven combat and use your sense of rhythm to your advantage!
  • Explore 4 different procedural levels inside a disco-space-pyramid!
  • While listening to 6 awesome tracks by Cairo Liberation Front and Al Lover!
  • Discover all the special items and combos to get highscores!


Want to listen to the entire record? You can find it here: https://open.spotify.com/album/2KxsEPKPfo058TcPxggwri?si=INFzGVWmQT2bxzi7q1yfJg


Controls:

Move around: WASD / arrow keys
Use item: Spacebar

Published Apr 24, 2017
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
Rating
(1)
AuthorSintel
GenreAction, Rhythm
Made withLÖVE
Tags8-Bit, Arcade, egypt, LÖVE, Music, Pixel Art, Procedural Generation, Retro

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Nymphaea [Windows] 101 MB
Nymphaea [macOS] 103 MB

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Is it hard to make a rhythm game?  Specifically, how difficult is it to make the timing work correctly on different machines?  Have you followed any guides or guidelines for this sort of thing?  Thanks in advance.

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I have been meaning to post the video gameplay video here for the game. I streamed this on stream about a week or two ago. If you are hesitant on downloading it. I really do recommend it. It's challenging and fun. 

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I'd like to preface this by saying that I've never listened to any of this group's music before. but even so, this game is awesome! the amount of effort taken to make sure that everything is on beat, from the enemies to the platforms to each explosion and even the spikes.

the music itself was also really good, but I'm not really big into music so take that with a grain of salt. my only real complaint is that you have to start from the very beginning, going through all the stages to get back to where you were.


Short version: this game is great.