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Echochrome Challenges You Today

After playing Grand Theft Auto IV until you're bleary-eyed, you may want to exercise another muscle: your brain. If you're looking for a game that might be the polar opposite of GTAIV, we suggest you expand your horizons and check out echochrome today.

According to the official PlayStation Blog, the mind-bending puzzle experience hits the PlayStation Store and PC Store (for the PSP) today for the very agreeable retail price of $9.99. The game will boast 56 unique levels for both the PS3 and PSP, and all of them will test every last scrap of your puzzle-solving talent. There have been plenty of quality PlayStation Network additions in the past, and this is definitely going to be another worthwhile title. Those who will be most interested in this game are probably big fans of the puzzle genre in general, looking to purchase titles like Exit, Mercury Meltdown, and Puzzle Quest. If you're not familiar with any of these, we suggest taking a step back and giving echochrome a try.

Besides, when you're on the Store, you can peruse the new-look format if you haven't already. And remember, they added a huge number of updates when that new style went live, including Gran Turismo 5: Prologue, the Operation Broken Mirror pack for Warhawk, and more.

Related Game(s): Echochrome

4/30/2008 Ben Dutka

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Comments (3 posts)

Tatsujin
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 @ 10:30:06 PM
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Ima buy it as soon as I see it hit shelves, ive never seen anything made liek it before, this is an original peace of work right here...

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Qubex
Thursday, May 01, 2008 @ 11:00:09 AM

I tried it Tatsujin, but I didn't really like it. I found trying to align the platforms quite difficult. I think the control mechanic is iffy.

Q!

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Reccaman18
Thursday, May 01, 2008 @ 6:19:32 PM
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I tried the demo and I loved it! And $9.99 is a really good price for a game like this.

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