There’s nothing fairly like sculpting your personal picturesque village in minimalist constructing video games like Townscaper, particularly after they have these satisfying little sounds as you lay down one other home or construct a little bit of pathway. But Oddada, from the builders Sven Ahlgrimm & Mathilde Hoffmann, appears to mix each.

The game is formally referred to as a “roguelite music builder” where you are taking your toy practice on a journey by means of six random Polytopia-style realms, gathering constructions that play particular sounds, earlier than bringing it altogether to create some music of your personal. As you construct your library of playthroughs and songs, you can flip them into cassettes that you could take heed to as you proceed to play the game. 

“ODDADA has no obstacles, puzzles or real challenges,” says the Steam web page. “It is also not a perfect instrument. It is a game, that makes music making playful, easy and wonderous.”

As somebody who loves a superb rhythm game, particularly one lets me experiment and calls for nearly nothing from me, I’m excited to mess around with constructing my very own little minimal, musical cities. 

Though there is not any launch date, you could find Oddada on Steam, and even take heed to among the tracks created within the game on the official web site in case your curiosity is piqued.