Sound Shapes for PS Vita
PS Vita

Sound Shapes

Aug 7, 2012
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About this game

Developer: Queasy Games
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Play, compose, and share in a unique take on the classic side-scrolling platformer where your actions make the music. With equal parts musical instrument and game, Sound Shapes gives everyone the ability to make music and share creations with the community.

Critic Reviews

29 Reviews
8.34
Daniel BischoffAug 08, 2012
Creating my own levels and tracks is easily my favorite part of the game, so if I'm having fun, I'm willing to bet that you will too. Sound Shapes exudes style, invites players to play and experiment graciously, and justifies the PlayStation Vita's absurd rear touch panel. ...There is an endless amount of replay value, thanks to the brilliant tracks the community is already hard at work on. The simplicity belies a brilliance developers have yet to touch on Sony's new handheld platform.
Kyle HilliardAug 07, 2012
Beat School feels like an entirely different game, and Death Mode will dramatically extend playtime for those interested in tackling it, but neither mode offers the same platforming/music building experience of the main campaign. I’m surprised by how personally involved I became in the journey of a tiny little ball with a dot on it. Sounds Shapes is an excellent platformer, but the music that progressively fills each stage as you move forward is really what makes the game something special.
JC FletcherAug 09, 2012
These two modes will keep dedicated players busy for hours. They'll also sharpen the skills needed to create brilliant, yet potentially painful, levels. Though the extras and the level editor add endless variety and replayability, Sound Shapes would have stood just as well as a brief, but intensely creative, platforming campaign. It's an experience I intend to play repeatedly, wearing out the virtual grooves in the metaphorical albums. The extra modes make for a satisfying encore, though.

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