Zoë Mode Entertainment has announced that Chime is making it’s way from the Xbox Live Arcade onto the PlayStation Network in the form of Chime Super Deluxe.
It will feature new music from a variety of artists in addition to those already included, such as Moby, Markus Schulz, Philip Glass, Paul Hartnoll from Orbital and Fred Deakin from Lemon Jelly and not only that, but brand new multiplayer game modes, an increase in the number of game grids, along with a complete graphical and gameplay overhaul will make it a more refined iteration of the game.
Easy to play but hard to master, Chime Super Deluxe is a unique and addictive block puzzle game featuring an innovative music creation element. Players must cover a number of different grids with irregular shapes to form rectangular blocks called quads. Every shape and quad generates musical notes and phrases. As the grid is gradually covered, the song builds up in the background. Working their way towards that elusive 100% coverage, players create a unique remix every time.
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