E3: Sound Shapes for the PlayStation Vita And PlayStation 3

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

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Shown at last year’s E3, with a riveting performance. Almost winning a dozen awards from multiple websites as one of the candidates for “best of show of E3”, and it was awarded two Game Critics Awards in the categories of  ‘Best Mobile’ and ‘Best Casual’.

Sound Shapes is a 2D platformer where you add chimes and beats into the background music as you jump through obstacles all over the game’s numerous levels. Featuring a ton of original music (And Player Created Content). Sound Shapes also includes artists like Deadmau5, Jim Guthrie, Superbrothers, and many more.  This very innovative and addictive game that was sadly not shown at Sony’s Press Conference this year, has gotten more exposure during E3. Watch the videos (down below) that show off what all the fuss is about.


The game also supports cross-play functionality,  being avalaible on both PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 at the PlayStation Network. Its release date is set for August 7th 2012.  Both at a low cost of 15$.

About David Fernandes

(Community Manager) David is an assistant admin and community manager at oprainfall. He joined the Operation Rainfall Campaign at the beginning, and became one of the staff as the first wave of new volunteers were needed back in mid June. He is an avid video game collector, and lover of most game genres. David spends much of his time in a futile effort in clearing out his ever growing video game backlog.