Is the game supposed to be a black screen that just says "Systems Nominal"?
In the lethal futuresport known as Audo, there is no such thing as slowing down. Each racing pod is designed to gradually increase in speed as our contestants vie to be the fastest on the track. But beware, as things heat up it gets harder to avoid crashing into your competitors! Be sure to check your rear viewscreen as well, as someone even faster than you could blaze by in the blink of an eye - or smash right into you, obliterating any chance at victory.
- Fully synthesized dynamic audio
- High-speed drifting and collisions
- Screen reader accessibility
Audo is an audio game best experienced with headphones. Press A and D or the arrow keys to drift sideways and collect power-ups as you avoid opponents. Also supports standard gamepads.
How to play
Your racer accelerates fastest in the center lane and is destroyed when it collides with an opponent. After each lap an opponent enters the fray and a power-up is spawned in the center lane. Collecting the power-up grants a shield which absorbs the next collision. Subsequent power-ups while shielded grant a 50% speed boost. Stay close to the center, collect speed boosts, and avoid opponents to achieve the highest score.
|Updated||3 hours ago|
|Published||24 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, Linux, HTML5|
|Release date||24 days ago|
|Tags||Arcade, audio-game, binaural, Fast-Paced, Futuristic, infinite-runner, Retro, Score Attack|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Xbox controller|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, High-contrast, Blind friendly, Textless|
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- Audo v1.1.0: Post-jam update8 days ago
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Yes. It’s an audio game best experienced with headphones. Feel free to close your eyes to become more immersed. I recommend playing in a Chromium-based browser like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Opera. If you’re a Firefox user then I recommend downloading the desktop build through the itch.io app.
High scores? I’ll start with 2,844.