Rediscover Lost Songs In Sonority On Nintendo Switch

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Application Systems Heidelberg and Hanging Gardens Interactive have announced that Sonority is now available on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared as part of the week-long Inside the House of Indies holiday event.

You play as Esther, a young girl who must use her pan flute and the power of music to overcome the obstacles that confront her along her journey to help her friend.

In a world lapsed into silence, she will discover lost songs and mossy works of art – aided on her adventure by singing stones and a talking raccoon, while finding no trace of the legendary preceptors of music.

Music is magic in this lost world, challenging you to correctly arrange notes to solve the puzzles that you are confronted with. The further you progress, the trickier the puzzles will become with new notes and instruments to collect along the way.

The publisher has outlined the game’s key features as below:

  • Interesting new puzzle mechanic based on melodies. (Simple note sequences develop into small melodies and then into complex pieces of music.)
  • A touching story about Esther and an old, oddball raccoon and his singing stone friends.
  • A lovingly designed, cohesive 3D game world with varied locations.
  • Atmospheric, extensive soundtrack with English and German versions of original songs.

Sonority is now available digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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