Zoo Entertainment has announced today that they will be releasing the award-winning music puzzle game Auditorium on November 2nd, 2010 for the PSN and XBLA. There are a bunch of screenshots, but they probably do little to explain the gameplay.
For those who’ve never played the game, it’s a rhythm-type game that has players redirecting a flowing stream through audio containers in order to create a musical piece. Players can manipulate the direction and speed of the flow to their liking. Electronic Arts published the game on iPhone, however, they won’t have anything to do with the console versions. Zoo Games will instead publish the title, which will release for both platforms on November 2.
Starting out life as a flash game from developer Cipher Prime but also being available on the App store for the iPhone and iPod Touch, Auditorium is a relaxing puzzle game that tasks you with solving puzzles to create music. You have to manipulate a constant stream of music, guiding it to create a full harmonius sound, adding in different instruments to create a full, gorgeous soundtrack.
The game will be released at a price of $9.99 (US) on PSN which usually equates to 800 MS points. More info about the game including a flash demo of the title can be found on the official website here. Try the demo and we’re sure you’ll be as excited about this news as us!
In Auditorium, players use a series of wave altering icons to control the flow of music, in an attempt to fill sound bars and progress to the next stage. A demo of the game is available for free on the developer’s official site.