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Auditorium is coming to PSN with 3D and Move support

Posted by: Nathan at 11/17/2010 5:20 AM
There are a ton of games available for iOS, Android, and the like mostly of the casual and simple but addictive nature. Some have already found success at achieving a presence on multiple platforms. Most have not found the same success, but Zoo Games is taking a different approach with Auditorium. The music puzzle game is coming to the PlayStation Network on November 23rd with support for 3D and the Move motion controls. With down played visuals and simple design that borders on elegant, Auditorium may be one of the first simple-yet-great game that combines these two features in a harmonios balance that enhances gameplay. In other words: it's certainly worth the $9.99 price. Which is very affordable if you have the scratch to get the thousands of dollars worth of hardware to enjoy this type of experience. Never fear cheapskates, I am among you. If you're like me and need a cheaper alternative, then you can click here to try flash version of Auditorium for free.


Zoo GAMES REVEALS NEW FEATURES FOR AUDITORIUM coming to PLAYSTATION NETWORK November 23

 

Popular Online Game of Musical Discovery to Feature New Gameplay Mode, 3D and PlayStation Move Compatibility for PSN Debut

 

Video game publisher Zoo Games today revealed that the award-winning music puzzle game, Auditorium, coming to PlayStation Network on November 23, 2010 will feature twice the content as the original game, as well as new 3D and PlayStation Move support.

 

Originally a popular online and iPhone game from developer Cipher Prime, Auditorium is a captivating game of discovery and play that takes players on a visual and audio journey as they guide a constant stream of tiny moving light and sound particles into Audio Containers that create harmony as they build an orchestrated soundtrack. Seamlessly mixing enchanting audio layers and iridescent graphics with creative and challenging gameplay, Auditorium invites players to explore and use their intuition.

 

Auditorium now offers two game modes: Auditorium Classic, the original playlist of 72 levels, and the all-new Auditorium Modern, an exclusive playlist for the PSN game that offers 78 brand new levels and music, providing players with double the amount of creative musical puzzles.

 

For those with 3D televisions, Auditorium includes subtle stereoscopic 3D support to add a whole new dimension to the visual experience of the game.

 

Auditorium also fully supports the PlayStation Move controller. Instead of manipulating the Flow with the left analog stick and shoulder buttons, players have the option use a single Move controller to direct onscreen controls to guide the Flow.

 

Auditorium was discovered through Zoo Games' indiePubGames.com community site as part of an independent game development competition. Rated "E" for Everyone, Auditorium will be available this holiday season on the PlayStation Network for $9.99.

 

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About Zoo Entertainment

Zoo Entertainment is a developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software targeted to family-oriented mass-market consumers. With a strong network of leading national mass market retailers, its casual and value-focused titles span categories including sports, family, racing, game-show, strategy and action-adventure, and more. Zoo Entertainment software is developed for all major consoles, handheld gaming devices, PCs, and mobile devices as well online and download game services.


Zoo's innovative content creation site, indiePub Games (www.indiepubgames.com), was designed to capitalize on opportunities in the emerging and high growth digital entertainment space. The site fosters the independent gaming community by playing host to independent game developers and players and providing developers with the resources they need to collaborate and create great games. A destination site for gaming enthusiasts and consumers, indiePub Games takes an active role in helping independent developers create innovative entertainment software.


For more information, visit www.zoogamesinc.com.