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Sound was a game published on The Sarah Jane Adventures website. It was part of the KS2 Bitesize Science project, where children learned maths, English and science by playing video games. The game was narrated by Daniel Anthony. As a reward for finishing the game the children got a Shansheeth mask.

Scenario Edit

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The player has to play the right sound and volume on Haresh Chandra's guitar.

The dangerous plant Rakweed is covering the UK like a blanket. Luke Smith is infected by its deadly spores. The school bell breaks the plants' communication methods and neutralises the Rakweed spores. A sound of the same frequency has to be transmitted across the country to kill off the Rakweed and save Luke's life. Clyde Langer downloaded a clip of the school bell onto his phone, but it is not playing the sound - it's just showing the sound's vibrations. Clyde has to make the same sounds and vibrations with Haresh Chandra's electric guitar, so that the Rakweed can be destroyed.

The end of the game Edit

The Sound of Haresh Chandra's electric guitar has wrecked the Rakweed's communication system, the rakweed's beaten and Luke is feeling better!

How to play Edit

The player has to make the same sounds and vibrations with Haresh Chandra's electric guitar, so that the Rakweed can be destroyed.

The player only needs the arrow keys and the spacebar to play the right sounds.

The game can't be lost. If the player doesn't succeed he can repeat his last action's countless times until he is right. Only then the game continues.

Characters Edit

References Edit

Continuity Edit

  • This video game takes place after the events of GAME: Plants.

External links Edit

  • Sound on the BBC website.

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