Interacting with this wide and wild variety of Electroplankton is as simple as sliding the stylus across the touch screen.
Electroplankton is perhaps the strangest Nintendo DS game to roll out of Nintendo's doors.
Electroplankton is an amazing toy and is a huge hit with everyone, even people who would otherwise never touch a video game.
Designed by artist Toshio Iwai, famed Japanese melder of music and visuals, Electroplankton plays like a piece of touchable art.
There are a total of ten sound games in Electroplankton, each one represented by a different underwater creature.
The most game-like of all the Electroplankton modes, Hanenbow are small tadpole-like plankton that leap out of the water along a pointed green leaf.
The most immediately pleasing game in Electroplankton, Rec-Rec features a row of four fish and a looping backbeat.
Mutter "Electroplankton rules!" then try out one of the nearly two dozen voice altering options and listen as Volvoice plays your words backwards, faster, slower, and inside out!
Electroplankton has received a very limited release in North America.
With famed artist Toshio Iwai behind the game, an amazing set of sound toys to play with, and an enormously positive fan response, Electroplankton is turning into a surprise hit.
Snatch your copy of Electroplankton and see just why they should.
Electroplankton is a difficult game to describe.
Electroplankton is a great music making toy, or more accurately, a sound toy.
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