Beat free puzzler AUX B in the next month to have a chance at winning tickets to the B-Sides Music Festival
Win the music
Creator of silly football game Kind of Soccer, Christian Schnellmann is back with his latest game, that turns plugging in cables into a labyrinth.
It's a puzzle game called AUX B, which is based on the technical side of the B-Sides Music Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland.
As with any music festival, there's a lot of audio equipment to set-up at B-Sides, all of it connected by a mess of cables.
"If only one of these cables is not plugged in correctly, the loudspeakers remain silent," explains Schnellmann.
AUX B reflects that challenge. You have to plug the right cables into the right places to ensure a speaker plays the music.
Doing this mainly involves transferring the power from the top connector to the one at the bottom. To do this, however, you have to navigate a complex grid by with audio jacks.
The game has 80 levels in total. As an incentive to beat them, if you complete the game by May 15th 2015, you'll be entered into a draw to win one of three tickets.
The tickets will get you in to the B-Sides Music Festival in Switzerland for all three days - that's June 11th, 12th, and 13th.
The 3-day ticket would normally cost 120 CHF (about £85) so it's a decent prize, especially as all you need to do is beat a game.