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Musical exploration game Fract OSC launching April 22 for $14.99

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Fract OSC, the first-person exploration title from Montreal-based indie studio Phosfiend Systems, will be released April 22 on Mac and Windows PC for $14.99, the company announced today.

The game will be sold through Steam, GOG and the Humble Store. It is already available for pre-order on GOG and the Humble Store with a 10 percent discount, which brings the pre-release price down to $13.49.

In Fract, players use synthesizers to solve puzzles and reawaken the desolate game world. The music that players make will unlock access to new areas and create paths to places that other players won't see. For more, check out our preview from last April, and watch the new teaser above.

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