Rhythm-based platformer “Vectronom” blasts to Nintendo Switch on May 29th

Control a raving, dancing cube in rhythm-based platforming action!
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Have you ever dreamed of taking control of a raving, dancing cube? Well, developer Ludopium and publisher ARTE have you covered! As Vectronom, their rhythm-based 3D platformer, is coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, and Mac on May 29th 2019. Vectronom will be available to download from Steam and the eShop for the sum of £8.99 / €9,99 / $9.99.

Synchronize your movements and memorise patterns along to the energetic beats, as you put your platforming and rhythm skills to the test! These geometrical environments produce a unique 3D twist on the traditional 2D rhythm-based formula. Take your 3D platforming skills on the ride of a lifetime, as Vectronom challenges you with increased difficulty as levels and riddles progress.

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Leap to the beat

In addition to local, drop-in/drop-out style multiplayer, Vectronom will also allow players to connect MIDI peripherals to their computer and even sync their own tracks to the game! It’s currently unclear whether or not these features will be fully supported on the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

Get ready to bob your head to the music and embark on a journey full of cubes and fresh beats when Vectronom launches on May 29th! The Steam and Nintendo Switch versions of the game will be priced at £8.99 / €9,99 / $9.99 and you can check out some gameplay in the teaser trailer below!

Vectronom Launch Teaser