March 6, 2015 5:00 AM | Joel Couture
When Jonathan Whiting and his brother David get together, cool musical game things happen. Jonathan's most recent game, Mussel, throws players into an unruly ocean inspired by one of David's tracks. A rhythm game, but not in the sense of hitting buttons in time to the beat, Mussel pulses and the action rises as the music's intensity increases. The game's only the length of one track, but somehow manages to squeeze impressive glitch visuals, catchy music, and interesting gameplay elements into its short play time.