Inside My Radio Unites Rhythm and Platforming

Indie game Inside My Radio, developed by Seaven Studio, officially released on May 11 for PC/Mac via Steam. The rhythmic platforming game first appeared in April 2012, when it was submitted to Ludum Dare #23. The long running game jam event bestowed multiple awards on the title in several categories including “Best Overall” and “Best Audio.” Development of the title continued and was eventually supported by Independent game publisher, Iceberg Interactive.


Inside My Radio challenges players while they travel through a series of levels as a neon LED stuck inside a boombox. Highly focused on musical incorporation into gameplay, the title forces gamers to think rhythmically to time jumps, dashes, or slams to the beat of the soundtrack. Electro, dub, and disco music will be the most prevalent throughout the main game, but players can mix tracks in unique ways in the Jam Zone mode. Time Attack mode will also be available so that players can test their skills against each other for the fastest times and highest scores.

Those wishing to play on console will also be happy to hear that an Xbox One version is currently in development, with plans to release later this year. In the meantime, gamers can purchase Inside My Radio at a 20% discount until May 18 via the official Steam page.

Publisher Iceberg Interactive was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Haarlem, The Netherlands. The firm has published dozens of indie game titles including Endless Legend, Starpoint Gemini 2, StarDrive 2, Ceres, and Vector Thrust.

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