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Finger Band v1.2, coming April 20th.

A complete refresh of the beat matching memory game, now translated into French for the first time.

5 th April, 2017 – A significant update is coming to sherpa reynolds Finger Band, one that both refines and improves upon the core experience. Arriving on April 20 th the update brings with it a plethora of changes to the flow of the game, making it easier for people to get to grips with, but keeping that 'one more go' mentality that it has been known for.

Players may find they can progress further than before but will inevitably end up cursing themselves as they miss place a button press and are left facing that notorious 'Game Over' screen once more. With changes to the pacing of the game, come refinements to the game modes, tweaks to the content (audio and visuals), and enhancements to feedback, making every interaction the player has with the game that bit more enjoyable.

It should also appeal to a broader audience with the game being translated fully into French. More languages are likely to follow, with Android and Windows Phone versions still in the pipeline.

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Revised Game Trailer: https://youtu.be/T0vV0fAkJYI

About Finger Band:

Finger Band is a memory game with rhythmic elements, and is especially suited (although not explicitly) for fans of 'one more go' type games. It looks to challenge and test a players skills, with audio being placed at the center of the experience, actively encouraging them to use their ears and not overly rely on visual feedback alone.

About sherpa reynolds:

Finger Band has been designed and developed by sherpa reynolds, which started off as a team competing in the prestigious games competition ‘Dare To Be Digital’, way back in 2008. Since then various members have come and gone and it now serves as the platform to put things out on for one of the founding members, David McNab aka ‘son’.



son aka David McNab


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