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January 30, 2011

Chime Super Deluxe out on PSN come spring

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by Darren Allan

Chime Super Deluxe, the music-based puzzle game, will be out on the PlayStation Network soon.

So developer Zoe Mode has announced on the EU PlayStation Blog. The original Chime was released early last year on PC and Xbox 360.

If you’ve not come across it, the game is a kind of musical version of Tetris, where blocks are placed on a grid to play musical notes that are part of an overall tune.

Essentially, you’re creating a remix of the tune as you place more and more blocks, so there’s a creative musical aspect to the game. It’s definitely quite a novel experience.

Chime Super Deluxe will come with ten music tracks, the first five of which have been announced: “Ooh Yeah” by Moby, “Spilled Cranberries” by Markus Schulz, “Brazil” by Philip Glass, “For Silence” by Paul Hartnoll (of Orbital), and “Disco Ghosts” by Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly).

The game will also feature a couple of multiplayer modes, allowing two players to mix a tune together.

Expect Chime Super Deluxe to arrive on PSN in the spring.

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