Only months after Atomega landed, Ubisoft Reflections has a new game out. It's a playful musical adventure called Ode.

Ode's a wonderfully strange beast: you play a little character sat inside a ball and you spend your time rolling around bizarre environments messing about with the things you find in order to make music. It's very colourful and creative and mysterious, and I hope to have something a bit more substantial up on Eurogamer once I've finished it.

Ubisoft Reflections is the team behind Grow Home, incidentally, so Ode has a pretty glorious lineage. It's available for the PC right now, via the Uplay store and it costs 4.49. How lovely!

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