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It is perhaps the use of colour, sound and the smooth movement in the 3-D environment that drag you into the game as you explore the large number of rooms and manoeuvre your way around. Just bouncing around sounds remarkably uninteresting but as soon as you start to play it becomes more important than Twin Peaks.
Alpha Waves is weird enough to have you reading the manual three times over, but once you get past all the guff about "New Age experiences" you find yourself playing a rather excellent 3D arcade/exploration game with puzzles requiring both physical and mental dexterity. You have a huge world to explore, and one that can be navigated either as an arcade game or, according to Infogrames, an exercise in mind-alteration. Alpha Waves is more than good enough without the hocus pocus. Huge and mesmerising, it'll have you hooked within minutes.
Mit einem Gleiter in einem Würfel herumhüpfen und alle paar Minuten etwas aufsammeln, das soll laut Anleitung einen meditativen Effekt haben. Meiner Meinung nach ist das Plattformspiel "Alpha Waves" auch auf dem Atari ST ein ausgemachter Quatsch - da steckt nichts dahinter.