Chime Super Deluxe heading to PSN

By Joe Anderson, Sunday, 30 January 2011 12:55 GMT


Zoë Mode has confirmed that Chime Super Deluxe, an updated version of the PC and Xbox Live Arcade rhythm puzzler Chime, is to be released on PSN later this year.

“Players create a unique remix of the music every time they play. It’s a very simple game mechanic idea but one that provides captivating and mesmerising gameplay that will feed your aural senses like nothing else before,” claimed producer Brynley Gibson on the PlayStation Blog.

The game will include two multiplayer modes and 10 tracks, five of which have been revealed:

  • Ooh Yeah” Moby
  • “Spilled Cranberries” Markus Schulz
  • “Brazil” Philip Glass
  • “For Silence” Paul Hartnoll (Orbital)
  • “Disco Ghosts” Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly)

Chime Super Deluxe is set for release in Spring 2011.

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