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Auditorium Duet is the cooperative multiplayer sequel to Auditorium. Bend  light and fill music containers in harmony with a partner!
Auditorium Duet is the cooperative multiplayer sequel to Auditorium. Bend light and fill music containers in harmony with a partner!
2,037 backers pledged $71,061 to help bring this project to life.

New Reward Level Option!

Some people have been telling us that it's silly to not have a "two copies of the game" reward, especially for a game called Duet.

We agree! It's very silly. But in all fairness, we're quite silly people.

So we've added a $30 reward level option:

  • The Duet Pack! You get an extra copy of the completed game! It is a game meant for two, after all! Feel free to gift the extra copy to any of your friends and family. You also get Dev Note Access.

Here's how this will work, if you're backing at the $30 level, you can choose the T-shirt OR the extra copy of the game (but either still gets you Dev Note Access and the rewards below $30). If you've already chosen the T-shirt but want to switch, you don't have to do anything! If the Kickstarter works out you'll get a survey allowing you to pick between the two.

If you're backing above the $30 level, you don't have to do anything! You will also be given the option of the T-shirt or the additional game in a survey if the Kickstarter is successful.

Now some crazy people are going to ask us, "What if we want the awesome games and an awesome t-shirt (or two)?" Well, send us a message so we can see if people are actually interested in that!


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    1. Christian McNamara on March 2, 2012

      I totally want an awesome t-shirt and awesome games.

    2. Catalina on March 1, 2012

      Definitely! I just pledge for that option and yes, T-shirt and two copies sound awesome!

    3. Joe Gravelyn on February 29, 2012

      I actually would love a t-shirt and two copies come to think of it.

    4. Willis Dell on February 29, 2012

      Two copies and a shirt are definitely relevant to my interests.

    5. Al on February 29, 2012

      Actually, I'm more interested in the mp3 soundtrack than an extra copy of the game. Is there any way you could bump the soundtrack down from the $80 level if there is interest? I'd even be satisfied if you offered it for purchase in your store post-release (hopefully with some previews of the tracks pre-release)

    6. Robert Murray on February 29, 2012

      Sorry guys for being a leech, but I am too! :-)

      Then again, maybe you can set it up where higher backers get this option, say at the $50 mark or higher?

      In all, I think most of us will be happy even if you take our goodies away, as we just want to see you guys make an awesome game and succeed at the indie developer route!

    7. Max Elman on February 29, 2012

      Yep, I'm crazy and interested in two copies and a shirt!