-added new "Raccord Gallery"
-added new "Developer Commentary"
Loop Raccord is a video editing game about synchronizing a chain of video clips in order to create an illusion of continuous movement between them.
**Finalist for the Nuovo Award in the Independent Games Festival**
**Finalist in the IndieCade Festival**
**Finalist in the A Maze indie connect Festival**
**Finalist in the HóPlay festival**
**Finalist in the International Mobile Games Awards**
**Featured at the Experimental Gameplay Sessions in the Game Developer´s Conference**
**Exhibited at "La Gaîté Lyrique" art center in Paris**
**Exhibited at the "Game On" experimental videogames show in Buenos Aires**
"If youre constantly disappointed by the knockoffs, cash-ins and "me-toos" of the App Store, then Nicolai Troshinsky´s Loop Raccord is the game for you." - TouchArcade
"Utterly unique, the video editing game is experimental gaming at its quirkiest. It’s also the kind of game that could only ever really work on something as tactile as an iPad" - 148apps
"Loop Raccord is a good reminder of just how much undiscovered territory there is to explore" - Joystiq
"Loop Raccord is a strange and innovative title that blurs the line between game and art" - Appolicious
"Loop Raccord is so charmingly inventive that we can't help but recommend it" - GamesRadar
Watch a video trailer of the game at:
Loop Raccord uses cinematographic language and video editing logic as gameplay. Players get into a flow as they gain mastery at this a simple, abstract task that is transformed into a compelling interactive experience.
--Totally unique and never seen before game mechanic--
--With three game modes: Classic, Two Players and Neverending--
--Randomly generated levels offer infinite replayability--
--GameCenter leaderboards and achievements--
--featuring video clips form old American TV shows--
Inspired by the work of Peter Greenaway and exploring traditional video editing techniques, Loop Raccord harkens back to the era of “interactive cinema” while at the same time introducing a unique and original way to interact with the film medium. Beyond its fun and engaging gameplay, players will learn basic video editing knowledge and will discover how to achieve a crucial but widely unknown cinema effect: the illusion of continuity.
"I don't even know what I'm looking at. Is it art? How is this even a game? Is it broken? Is it saying something revelatory? I have no idea what you've made or what you've accomplished here, but whatever the hell this is, you've succeeded." - Independent games festival judge
- May 02, 2012 New version 1.1
- October 18, 2012 New version 1.2
- October 18, 2012 Price decrease: $2.99 -> $0.99
- October 21, 2012 Price increase: $0.99 -> $2.99
- November 05, 2013 Price increase: $2.99 -> $4.99