NEW GAME: Sounds Of Eden!

iOS & iPadOS Gaming

Hi guys and gals, Harry here from the Purple Jam crew. We've just launched a new audio game/experience. It's fairly experimental, but I personally love it. Here's the blurb:

Sounds of Eden is a meditative, audio experience. Designed to inspire a sense of peace and calm within the listener. Walk through an endlessly generated garden where the only things that grow are blissful sounds. Each time you enter your garden, you'll find a unique array of plants that grow around you as you explore.

This is an audio only experience, there are no visuals.

Purple Jam Ltd:
Inspired by previous audio titles in the scene, we aim to create games where sight offers no advantage to the player. The brain is the world's most powerful graphics card, so imagination is encouraged.

It's available on PC/Mac via our website, and on the iOS app store.

iOS App Store:

Would love to get your feedback on this one, it's intentionally minimal from an interaction perspective, but there's a huge amount going on under the hood to make it all sound as gorgeous as it does. As per, if this does well we'll be taking on board all feedback and updating the game as we did for Audio Pong.

Thanks for taking the time to check this out!

Harry, Connor and Jordan



Submitted by ming on Friday, August 14, 2020

would like to try it!
and hope we can have great action games coming soon

Submitted by Harry on Saturday, August 15, 2020

In reply to by ming

Hey! We have a couple more games in development, one of which is more action oriented!

Hope you're enjoying the game.


Submitted by Erick on Sunday, August 16, 2020

Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Action! This is so exciting. I would buy everything that you make.

Submitted by ming on Sunday, August 16, 2020

I djust download Sounds Of Eden!
and it s very good one.

Submitted by DMNagel on Sunday, August 16, 2020

Can you interact with plants, or do you just walk around and listen to sounds?

Submitted by Harry on Sunday, August 16, 2020

Hi DMNagel!

Right now you can't interact with plants, although the update that's in the works will add some interaction :).


Submitted by Sasha Stride on Wednesday, September 23, 2020

I love it. Very relaxing. Really satisfied.

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Friday, September 25, 2020

In reply to by Sasha Stride

I love it too although some things have to go. you know the bells which have a sort of eiry note to them? they have to go as well as whatever that tranging sound is. to me, it doesn't sound like it should be, and it's the sound usually used for gunshots--hard to explain here. also, and I think I put this in a review, I wish we could interact with any people there--isn't there a person sweeping the garden path at one point? it sounds like it/I wish you could be given a brief description of the plant/sound you're hearing at any moment.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Sunday, November 1, 2020

My favorite sound is the fountain and I often stay there for hours. Have to find a good spot and just stay. I like the wooping sound. The only thing I see out of place are the decending bells.
I am often there while crocheting and can move whenever I want to. Really beautiful app.pp.
@Ashleigh I like that wooping sound and asume you mean the decending bells. I love all of the sounds but the one I like the least is the decending bells.

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Monday, November 2, 2020

In reply to by Sasha Stride

Yes, the sound I'm describing as the gunshot type thing is the wooping sound. if you've ever been to Branson Missouri, and if you live in the states, you'd hear that wooping sound as you hit the lazor target in a certain theme park's flooded mine ride. of course, you shoot lazer guns there/hear the sound I described in the game here. I would also like to know if there's someone sweeping the path at one point/sure sounds like it. however, it could be tree branches blowing and touching the ground. yet, the noise stops every now and again, so I think it's a sweeper. I almost wish you could have others on the path as well, people you could talk to about what's being grown both now and in the past.

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