ARTE and Ludopium announced today that their rhythm-based 3D platformer Vectronom will make its way to the Nintendo Switch and PC in Q2 2019.
In this unique hybrid, players solve environment-specific riddles and memorize patterns as they guide their ever-hopping cube to the beat. The obstacles of the game change in sync with the music, and things steadily get more challenging. A Level Editor is present, along with local, drop-in/drop-out multiplayer.
Support for dance pads will also be included, and the especially creative among us can use an analogue synthesizer to compose while they play along.
You can view a teaser trailer below:
Vectronom Announcement Teaser 2019
Source: Press Release
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