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** Now discounted from 2,99$ to 0,99$ to celebrate Loop Raccord´s first anniversary! Only for the next 48 hours! **Loop Raccord is a video editing game about synchronizing a chain of video clips in order to create an illusion of continuous movement between them.**Finalist for the Nuovo Award in the Independent Games Festival****Finalist in the IndieCade Festival****Finalist in the A Maze indie connect Festival****Featured at the Experimental Gameplay Sessions in the Game Developer´s Conference****Exhibited at "La Gaîté Lyrique" art center in Paris****Exhibited at the "Game On" experimental videogames show in Buenos Aires**"If youre constantly disappointed by the knockoffs, cash-ins and "me-toos" of the App Store, then Nicolai Troshinsky´s Loop Raccord is the game for you." - TouchArcade"Loop Raccord is a good reminder of just how much undiscovered territory there is to explore" - Joystiq"Loop Raccord is a strange and innovative title that blurs the line between game and art" - Appolicious"Loop Raccord is so charmingly inventive that we can't help but recommend it" - GamesRadarWatch a video trailer of the game at:http://vimeo.com/troshinsky/loopraccordLoop Raccord uses cinematographic language and video editing logic as gameplay. Players get into a flow as they gain mastery at this a simple, abstract task that is transformed into a compelling interactive experience.--Totally unique and never seen before game mechanic----With three game modes: Classic, Two Players and Neverending----Randomly generated levels offer infinite replayability----GameCenter leaderboards and achievements----featuring video clips form old American TV shows--Inspired by the work of Peter Greenaway and exploring traditional video editing techniques, Loop Raccord harkens back to the era of “interactive cinema” while at the same time introducing a unique and original way to interact with the film medium. Beyond its fun and engaging gameplay, players will learn basic video editing knowledge and will discover how to achieve a crucial but widely unknown cinema effect: the illusion of continuity."I don't even know what I'm looking at. Is it art? How is this even a game? Is it broken? Is it saying something revelatory? I have no idea what you've made or what you've accomplished here, but whatever the hell this is, you've succeeded." - Independent games festival judge

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