Released by indie developer Tom Janson last March, Wave Wave is a twitch reflex game that has drawn comparisons with Terry Cavanaghs Super Hexagon and Whitaker Trebellas Pivvot. In the game, you have to control a line as it waves up and down to avoid hitting different triangular shapes.
Wave Wave 2.0 is said to be a complete rebuilding of the game, with new visuals and enhanced gameplay. If you like the current version, Janson says to current Wave Wave players, after updating the app check out Legacy mode to enjoy a familiar experience.
Wave Wave 2.0 also records new scores with new leaderboards.
The updated game also notably features video sharing, enabling you to share gameplay videos of your Wave Wave sessions on Facebook and Twitter.
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Wave Wave boasts the following key features:
Fearless game play.
Fall into ‘the zone’ where your brain switches off.
Overcome mind-to-finger-to-screen latency.
Includes incredible 8 track album ‘Parallel Processing.
Wave Wave is one of the selections at the indie showcase segment of this years PAX Australia, which is scheduled to be held in Melbourne from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2. At the expo, Janson is set to give away special badges to Wave Wave players and PAX Edition copies of the Wave Wave soundtrack to players who can beat the challenge of reaching 60 seconds in the rather difficult Rotator mode.