Made for the Daydream bitsy jam. Plays best in Chrome. And there are some bird sounds to enjoy - played on the cornet!

When I work with sound I often make things that are very harsh and difficult to listen too. When I work with visuals and short bits of text I often end up making things that are more like lullabies. In this case the game is a lullaby and the sound that goes with it is the honking of birds in flight .. a strange type of pixel-goose perhaps?


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Published 75 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
(1)
Authornoiseart
GenreAdventure
Tagsbitsy, Lo-fi
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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The sound sets up such an awesome mood! I downloaded it to listen to it on loop offline too. Beyond that I love the palette choices, nicely rendered backgrounds, and the fact that you progress from talking to animals that actually make noise to plants is real cool.

 Do you have other audio stuff posted somewhere else? I got really curious of what you can do music/sound wise.

Also, I have to ask, how did you embed the sound with autoplay in the description? would you share the code you used?

Other sound stuff can be found at http://absolutevalueofnoise.ca/ or https://absolutevalueofnoise.bandcamp.com/

I do noise art and sound art.

As for the code .. if you left click the itch game page with your mouse just a little outside of the bitsy-game box, you should be able to look at the source code for the frame (or iframe). Down at the bottom of the bitsy html code is a section called "DOCUMENT BODY". Inside the body is a canvas tag called "game". That's your bitsy square. You can add whatever you like above and below it .. or even on the sides if you want to be fancy. For the audio I simply use the html5 "audio" tag with autoplay and loop turned on.