Infinite Wheel


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Not a game per se, but definitely fun to play with—maybe "webtoy" or "interactive art" would be a more appropriate categories to file this one under. Infinite Wheel is a series of "Dub Selector" Flash movies by Jim Johnstone that borrows samples from various Dub artists and presents them in a virtual playground in which you click, drag, and mouse-over the unique and compelling interactive controls to create your own dub music mixes. Wonderfully engaging presentation—sweet!

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Sweet.

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i think this game is quite good if you want ideas for games of your own. not for me though. i found it quite boring.

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sweet girl October 2, 2005 9:36 AM

Hi! It is sweet but boring =/

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Brilliant, some really brilliant dub, the upsetters, burning babylon

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yah, it might be sweet for some people..

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I found it really cool the way you could dive right in and make music. I also don't think all games need an objective to be fun and don't know why so many people this boring. Excellent game. Great music.

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Some songs bear a strange resemblence to the Gorillaz... I suppose that's a good thing, reggae or not!

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dub-dub March 1, 2009 4:05 AM

..........referring to the last comment from DaDewd, lets get this straight, the Gorillaz bear a strange resemblence to these tracks, those tracks have been around for decades, the gorrillaz have not :)

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