As you know we sent massive ads for our next gig. We can tell people will be quite obsessed about it, and we expect our audience to be super eager to hear us. We don't want to mess this up, so this simulation will hopefully put us to the closest of the real situation. It's just time for a last rehearsal before we go and play live at Devils Tower.

"Live at Devils Tower" is more a toy than a game per say: no ending, no winning condition, just buttons, music, visuals, and general confusion. Use arrows, X and C to play.

Made with Pico-8 in 5 days for the Movie Game Jam.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Made withPICO-8
Tags8-Bit, Music, PICO-8, Retro, toy
Average sessionA few minutes


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Windows version 840 kB
Mac version 1,020 kB
Linus version 467 kB


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This toy seems like a really neat thing after spending a few minutes figuring it out, but im kinda bummed about the limitations this has.  What i'd really like is a way to add or remove blocks from a pattern.  That and the ability to play multiple patterns at the same time.

A fun little game toy that will help you relax while you get overflowed with nostalgia