Publisher and co-producer ARTE along with developer Ludopium today announced that the rhythm-based 3D platformer Vectronom is out now on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 / €9.99 / £8.99.
About the game
In Vectronom, players synchronize the movements of a cube to a frenetic beat, across an ever-changing geometric environment pulsing with music. The colorful madness of memorizing rhythmic riddles challenges three-dimensional thinking with difficulty increasing as quickly as their fingers move.
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 can accept the challenge on their own or alongside friends with the local, drop-in/drop-out multiplayer mode.
Post-launch Ludopium also plans to include a level editor to allow players to create their own insane levels using curated beats and challenge the world with never before seen rhythmic puzzles.
- Find your path through an ever-changing world, keeping the rhythm with every move you make
- A challenging solo campaign that will completely entrance you
- A drop-in, drop-out multiplayer mode that will hypnotize your friends
- Colorful and atmospheric levels with a powerful electronic soundtrack
- Hobby composer can sync their own tracks with the game by connecting an analog synthesizer to the headphone output (for Windows, Mac only)
- The game is compatible with digital dance mats and MIDI instruments, so it won’t just be your fingertips showing off their best moves! (for Windows, Mac only)
Vectronom is localized into French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese.
Check out the Vectronom Launch Trailer: