Web Exclusive! Limited quantities available! In Electroplankton, art and music collide to create a wildly fresh interactive audio experience. In this title, featuring the striking visual style of Japanese artist Toshio Iwai, you can poke, rub, and draw on the touch screen to stimulate odd aquatic creatures and create your own music. Each of the 10 different types of Electroplankton features a completely different sound style, ranging from haunting melodies to head-nodding beats to funky Mario theme remixes. One even acts as a sampler, allowing you to record up to four sounds and layer them over drum loops. Create new songs and experiences every time you play!
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HOW DO YOU RATE A GAME THATS NOT REALLY A GAME AT ALL?Electroplankton is NOT a game. It has NO objective. It has NO story. So what exactly is Electroplankton and what do you actually do in it? Well in a nutshell, its a collection of music type mini games (and i STRESS the word games) that you manipulate/control in order to come up with music/beats by controlling the Electroplanktons. So basically the game is (as corny as it may sound) limited only by your imagination, or better yet how many different music/beats that each of the10 Electroplankton mini music games (again, i stress the word ganes) you can come up with. It's pretty hard to truly explain this title unless you actually get to play it, or a better word would be 'expirence' it. The strange thing is is that i enjoyed coming up with different beats, the thing that really sucks is that once you come up with a beat that you really like you cant save it. EVER. That really blows. So just remember that this is NOT a game but more of a 'thing' that you mess around with. Thats pretty much the best way i can summarize/explain Electroplankton.