Cult US ambient duo Hammock have delved into their hefty back-catalogue to provide over two hours of music for the sequel to last year’s no.1 rated puzzzle app har•mo•ny.
Like the music of the Tennessee two-piece, the game has a surface-level beauty that enraptures you immediately and possesses enough depth to keep you transfixed. As dreamy cuts from every chapter of Hammock’s decade long existence ebb in the background you are presented with hundreds of increasingly difficult puzzles that are solved by moving numbered tiles across a small grid until they are placed in the correct position.
As you progress the number of tiles increase and so do the complexity of the movements required to shift them to the correct position, but the learning curve isn’t one that will leave you infuriated at the puzzle in front of you; like the name suggests har•mo•ny 2 is more reflective than impulsive, and there is no time-limit or other pressure on the user to complete a level, with eight paths available from the start of the game.
har•mo•ny 2 is produced by Borderleap Studios and will be released globally on the 29th of May on the iPhone app store.
More on Hammock can be found <a href=”http://hammockmusic.com” title=”here”> .