October 18, 2012 3:00 AM | John Polson
IGF, IndieCade, and A-Maze nominated Loop Raccord celebrates its first anniversary on the iPad with an update and a 48-hour price drop from $2.99 to $0.99. Loop Raccord on iPad is a video editing game about synchronizing a chain of video clips to create an illusion of continuous movement between them.
Its anniversary update includes adjustable difficulty and an improved feedback system, better indicating if your edit is too early or late. For how I've learned to play, I imagine and then air-trace with my finger the momentum each clip depicts to determine when and where the "invisible flow" is and when to anticipate it "floating" into the next frame.
The PC prototype is still available for free. However, with only a few hundred units sold and so few iTunes reviews that they don't even show up yet, this creative treasure could really use the support.