Alphabeats Portends to Vivificate Word Games on Steam, March 7th!


For too long, PC gamers have labored under the burden of traditional word games. The hoary scrambles and searches of yore have been festooned with power-ups, narratives, and RPG elements, but remain the same timeworn activities underneath. Word games yearn for the catalyst of an enfant terrible: a new challenge of vocabulary and dexterity, elegant and deadly as an asp, pulsing with voltaic kineticism.

Alphabeats: Master Edition promises such panacea on March 7th, when it apparates onto PC, Mac, and Linux alike via Steam. It is simple to play: letters fall to the beat of music, and you catch them to make words. It’s a meditative, mesmeric way to enjoy your favorite songs. It can also be, if you desire, an unconscionably vicious challenge.

This velvety Master Edition of Alphabeats transcends its mobile roots with:

  • Custom Songs – Automatically weave any music file into a kinetic tapestry of bolide letters to engage your dexterity and intellect.
  • Twenty Included Tracks – Featuring Disasterpeace, Big Giant Circles, and more.
  • Word of the Day – Earn bonuses for spelling words of the day (hand-curated for fun and obscurity), and instantly look up any other word you spell.
  • Steam Superiority – The full suite of features one expects from a PC port, including stats and leaderboards, multiple reconfigurable control schemes, gamepad support, and usability options.

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