BorderLeap, the developer behing har•mo•ny and har•mo•ny 2, a pair of beautiful, colorful music puzzlers, has confirmed that a third application in the series, har•mo•ny 3, is launching on the App Store this June.
The news hit the Web in a recently published YouTube video (via TouchArcade), and this is embedded below for your viewing pleasure. As you can see, color, music, and increasingly complex puzzles once again combine in har•mo•ny 3, offering iOS gamers a relaxing but challenging gaming experience for iOS.
Take a look:
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Describing the incoming app as “a challenging puzzle game of beautiful colors and captivating music, unified in perfect harmony,” BorderLeap also notes in the YouTube video that har•mo•ny 3 will include 90 challenging levels, new chapters and challenges, and six currently unreleased tracks.
Back in May last year, our own Christine Chan took har•mo•ny 2 for a spin on her iPhone, and the $3.99 app impressed her. In her review, Christine noted:
In har•mo•ny 2, the visuals are simple, beautiful, and full of colors that just go together. I love minimalistic graphics, and har•mo•ny 2 definitely has them. As you play the game, you will come across hundreds of different color palettes that are pure eye candy. These palettes can range from light pastels to darker “twilight” colors to help you doze off into dream land. The game’s animations are quite smooth and fluid, despite not having too much stuff moving around at once.
Even though I did not play the first one, I’m really enjoying har•mo•ny 2. This is the perfect harmonious mix of color, music, and puzzle. I highly recommend grabbing it if you enjoyed the first, or just like tranquil puzzle games.
Here’s hoping har•mo•ny 3 lives up to our high expectations. We’ll let you know once it’s available to download.
In the meantime, iOS device owners can pick up har•mo•ny 2 for $3.99 on the App Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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