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Vectronom

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC
Genre: Platformer
Publisher: arte
Developer: Ludopium
Release Date: May 29, 2019

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'Vectronom' (ALL) Comes To Switch and PC Next Week - Trailer

by Rainier on May 20, 2019 @ 11:04 a.m. PDT

Vectronom is a hypnotic rhythm-based 3D platformer about music, geometry and flow.

In Vectronom, players synchronize the movements of a cube to a frenetic beat, across an ever-changing geometric path pulsing with music.

In Vectronom, players must memorize patterns and solve environment-specific riddles while moving their hopping cube to the beat. Obstacles change in sync with music as this colorful madness gets harder from level to level, challenging the player’s three-dimensional thinking. With the option of hooking up alternate controllers such as dance pads, Vectronom might even get you moving more than your fingers and brain cells.

With the option of hooking up alternate controllers to your computer such as MIDI instruments or dance pads, Vectronom might even get you moving more than your fingers and brain cells. Players on both platforms can accept the challenge on their own or alongside friends with the local, drop-in/drop-out multiplayer mode.


Features

  • Challenging single player campaign
  • Each level features original electronic beats and a colorful, dynamic art style
  • Play with friends via local, drop-in/drop-out multiplayer
  • Level Editor - Create your own wacky levels using curated beats and challenge the world with never before seen rhythmic puzzles.
  • Use alternate controllers like dance pads or MIDI instruments
  • Create your own soundtrack - hook up to an analogue synthesizer via the headphone output and compose live music as you play along

Vectronom is coming to PC/Mac (Steam) and Nintendo Switch in May 29, 2019 ($9.99 / €9.99 / £8.99), and will be localized into English, German, Spanish, Italian, French and Hungarian as well as Simplified Mandarin, Japanese and Korean.


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