Rarely have I seen such a delightful mix of precision puzzle-solving and musical craftsmanship.
Auditorium starts you off in the deep end of things. There's little in the way of an introduction and absolutely nothing resembling a tutorial to help you make sense of the goal. But that's part of the beauty of the experience: no hand-holding is required. As with most well-crafted time wasters, the basics are easy to grasp but mastery is a more demanding pursuit. Don't sweat it. You're guaranteed to have some fun along the way.
To say too much of the game would spoil the sense of discovery brought about by simply experimenting with the objects presented in each puzzle. Suffice to say that the musical reward for completing (or even exploring) a level is more than enough to motivate a player to put on his thinking cap and put the ol' gray matter to the test. It's almost Pavlovian in its elegance. For the visually inclined, there's a certain serenity to the swirling rays of colors that is equally fulfilling.
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