Equal parts rhythm game and puzzler, Sentris sees players aligning musical components on a series of rotating disks. Line up the notes and beats properly and you've completed a puzzle, but you may also have inadvertently created a tune. On the other hand, if you'd prefer to focus entirely on crafting new songs, Sentris allows for that too (just don't expect your musical chops to unlock any of the later puzzles).
Those who pick up the Early Access version of Sentris before August 29 will receive a 10 percent discount on the game, which reduces its standard $20 price to $18. As with all Early Access games, Sentris is still in development and may still feature crippling bugs, missing content and all the other problems you'd expect from a game that's not complete. If you buy in to Early Access and encounter issues, don't say we didn't warn you.