Sine the Game - control the sine wave and avoid obstacles in over 40 levels

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  1. js_

    js_ New Member

    Nov 4, 2020
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    Hello, everyone! We are Lonely Vertex, an indie game studio from the Czech Republic. We are happy to introduce our new game for iOS and Android - Sine the Game!

    Sine the Game is a competitive arcade game with unique mechanics and compelling visuals. You control a sine wave, avoiding obstacles, racing to the finish, and collecting orbs scattered throughout levels ranging from simple to painfully difficult. The intuitive one-finger controls are easy to learn but hard to master.

    Each level has three goals. To get 100% completion, you'll need to:
    • Complete the levels
    • Beat them within strict time limits
    • Collect every orb

    Key Features

    • A unique mix of genres and gameplay mechanics you've never seen before
    • Beautiful, minimalist visual design
    • Over 40 hand-crafted levels providing hours upon hours of gameplay
    • Immersive beats and audio created just for Sine (headphones recommended!)
    • Easy to learn, but challenging to master one-finger controls
    • Facebook and Game Center leaderboards
    • Facebook and Google Play Games leaderboards


    "1st place, GDS Indie Expo 2019"
    – Game Developers Session 2019, Prague, Czech Republic


    Sine the Game is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases. Purchase once, play forever. It is available from AppStore and Google Play.


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