"Ode was created with the simple goal of bringing a joyful and pleasing experience to players", says Ubisoft Reflections. As you explore each environment you alter the visual look of the level as well as the soundtrack, and calmly create a really handsome audiovisual landscape. As you collect the fallen stars, you will be able to use them for different purposes, such as throwing them, attracting them, or changing Joy's form to reach new areas.
The game is PC only for now, but so was Grow Home when it launched.
Ubisoft's Ode is a "musical journey" available today on PC
There's no pressure, no consequences; just a lovely interactive artscape to explore.
Available on Uplay today for $5.00 USD, Ode looks like a fairly chill exploration game with some musical and puzzle themes. The teams throughout Ubisoft's worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.
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