Antichamber $10 on Steam today, ambient soundtrack released

By Ewan Miller, Sunday, 16 June 2013 22:55 GMT

Missed out on Alexander Bruce’s mind bending puzzler Antichamber? You’re in luck, because the non-euclidean puzzler is only $10 on Steam today, down 50% from its normal price.

The price drop celebrates the release of a new four piece ambient soundtrack for the game, Meditation Walk With Antichamber, released yesterday for $4 on Bandcamp. These new tracks come courtesy of Antichamber’s sound designer, Robin Arnott.

The game’s nine piece soundtrack is also up on the Bandcamp page of Siddhartha Barnhoorn, the game’s composer, for $6.  You can get this one bundled together with Meditation Walk here for only $8, or a full 20% off.

Antichamber came out in January and has since made a ton of money for its creators.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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