Lost in the Static
Lost in the Static is a simple little game that uses some surprising aspects of the human perceptual system to create a visible world out of animating static.
Please note that this display is not suitable for everyone! Some people find they get headaches or nausea, or their eyes get "all woggly". If you do not find the experience pleasant, stop playing!
If you want to run it in a window, you'll have to use the commandline or create a shortcut, and include the option "-full" on the commandline. Similarly, you can disable sound with the option "-sound".
One user attempted to run under Windows 98 and reported problems with using alt-tab with fullscreen mode, and windowed mode didn't run.
Can you leap to the left of the pile of gunk in the first room? (easy)
Can you get to the end of the game without having to deal with dodging the shots from that one nasty thing? (very hard)
All these pieces are in 5/8 at 90 BPM. Most are in C major or C minor, except Title Fantasy, which is in F#m.