Just Add Noise

Just Add Noise


Create a world, play it music and watch it react and evolve.

Just Add Noise lets you control an audio reactive world. Build a scene and play it your own music.

What will your music attract?

Early experiments here. Although these are a very limited representation of what Just Add Noise will be like…

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Just Add Noise is a solo indie project made in Unreal Engine. An early access version should be available soon.

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Just Add Noise on Steam

Brytag Studio

Brytag Studio

This game is very good for movie makers, and there are so many possibilities

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

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Very fun and creative game, I would definitely recommend playing this!

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Brytag Studio on Steam

Puppet Play 🎬

Puppet Play 🎬

You have the idea, we have everything else!

Puppet Play aims to make animating as easy as possible by utilizing the possibilities of VR headsets. In traditional animation tools, animating is done by manipulating gizmos on a 2D screen. In Puppet Play everything is animated by recording your movement in real-time. This not only makes animating easy but also super fast. No matter the prior experience, if you have a cool idea for a movie you can turn it into reality in a few minutes (depending on your idea it might take a bit longer)!

Grab an object → press record → move it around & repeat!

Additional tools like motion capture, remote control & auto walk support the process. Use your headset to record live audio and once everything is complete, export and share your creation in a standard video format (mp4).

A huge collection of different characters (not only puppets), props and environments are ready for you to use! All things animatable are separated into 3 categories:

Puppets: Characters with Full-Body-Inverse-Kinematic rigs for fast animations

Props: Large objects to build & decorate your set with.

Items: Small objects that can also be attached to the puppets, like weapon, hair & hats.

You are in your own movie studio with many different sets that can be further customized with props. They range from traditional puppet theatres to fully-fledged 3D scenes for your next epic cinematic trailer!

A puppet on a stick or a full 3D character with individually animatable limbs: Choose what fits your vision & time scope. Short on time but still want to tell a story? Choose puppets on a stick! Got a bit more time on your hand and want to go into detail? Then choose a fully animatable humanoid character!

It’s designed for VR, there is no place for 2D UIs! All interactions are physical and integrated into the movie/puppet studio world. Or to say it in cool UX design terms: It’s a fully diegetic UI!

Once your animation is complete, you can export and share it as a standard video file (mp4). You have all rights to upload and monetize anything you make with our tool!

Puppet Play is being developed by a team of freshly graduated students from Hochschule Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. Puppet Play started as a semester project in the study “Animation and Game” at the campus.

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Puppet Play 🎬 on Steam



Yes, something different!!! Like the idea for creating movies.

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

I enjoy this game, but I would like to be possible to add sounds.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

SimpleMovie on Steam

DvDrum, Ultimate Drum Simulator!

DvDrum, Ultimate Drum Simulator!

I am enjoying the “you-know-what” out of DvDrum! As a former drummer, I can say that, although I haven’t a clue about the technical stuff in this simulator, I am having an absolute BLAST playing along with my favorite songs. The drum sounds awesome and I have adjusted cymbals, toms, bass drum and, yes..even the COWBELL to my liking, haha. Man, I gotta say to all the drummers out there, “Have you ever told your GF, BF, Husband, Wife or your friends that you used to be in a band and they kinda shrugged and just looked at you with hint of, ‘Oh, sure you did’ ?” Well, I can say that transitioning from hands and feet to using your fingers on your keyboard requires practice…the end result is well worth it. Not only are people believers now, but I am just plain having a blast playing the songs from our band’s set list. The sounds are adjustable and this simulator has a whole bunch of options that I really don’t understand, yet. I feel I have only scratched the surface of what can be done with this program. It has MIDI input, btw, but I pound my mechanical kb mercilessly and it is still holding on with no breaks or keys falling off. I have also purchased a cheap membrane-type keyboard and it works fine, as well. I will say that when it comes to playing exactly like a drum set, I have not worked up to keeping time on the hi-hat and cymbals 100% of the time with my fingers…but I see progress with practice. There’s all kinds of programmable stuff for the professional…again, which I don’t “get”. I’ll have to read about that stuff, sometime.

Real player with 4823.6 hrs in game

I think a gameplay of DvDrum is good for beginners who don’t know how to play the drums and just playing with the keyboard (like me) or don’t play real drums in real life. DvDrum just a simulation game, not music editor software, you have to play it by keyboard, or drumkit toys. You can build your Drumkit in game, also modify audio, image or photo of backgound Drumkit with little workshop and set up your keyboard input or drumkit toy input for creating your play style. You need some skills like knowledge about drum beats, music tones,… and music theory, or if you don’t have anything, it’s very hard for you, you need to learn how to use it and training everyday hard like me. One more thing, DvDrum isn’t support recording software, so if you want make a video with your drumkit cover some music tracks, you need to find the recording software to record your gameplay

Real player with 1598.1 hrs in game

DvDrum, Ultimate Drum Simulator! on Steam

AppGameKit Classic: Easy Game Development

AppGameKit Classic: Easy Game Development

A little background:

I’m a professional developer schooled in C### and Java. I am however not schooled to create games, but I know how the mechanics work. 3D game development is more of a hobby/side-project. Please read my review as such, if you’re completely new to programming, my feeling about this product can greatly differ from your perspective. Most of my pros and cons are subjective. But true in my opinion. Also: I use this product only for 3D development, I have no interest in the 2D side.

Real player with 1305.3 hrs in game

I’ve changed my review. I thought about deleting it and posting a whole new review, but then I decided to keep it so TGC’s intentions to make AGK functional on Linux would be documented in the comments. If you would like to see the old review, so you’ll have some context if you read the comments, click here .

Okay, I’ve got better things to do with my time now that AGK on Linux has notably improved, and 2 lengthy reviews is 2 too many, so let’s get down to brass tacks.

Real player with 1279.9 hrs in game

AppGameKit Classic: Easy Game Development on Steam