Developed by Nintendo - Nintendo of America (2006) - Musical Instrument/Band Sim - Rated Everyone
Designed by Japanese interactive media artist Toshio Iwai (Otocky, SimTunes), Electroplankton turns the Nintendo DS into a highly interactive audio-visual toy. Something of a cross between a life simulation and DJ software, the program allows players to create their own music, complete with dynamic visual-effect accompaniment, by using the touch screen to manipulate cute little "plankton" characters and their various environments. Each of the ten electroplankton modes allows for distin... Read more
Platform: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Nintendo of America
Release Date: January 9, 2006
Controls: Joystick/Gamepad, Other
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User reviews and opinions
|otawa||3:13am on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|Japanese craziness I first encounted this game some years ago on a trip to japan and found it stupidly addictive!|
|lightray||2:40am on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|She loved the game when she got it. Its a simply game that is interesting for about 20 minutes then its very boring and monotonous.|
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EXPERIENCE TRANQUILITY, HARMONY AND CREATIVITY ALL IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND -Electroplankton comes to the Nintendo DSMay 2006 If youve ever fancied yourself as a budding artist, or have an undeniable creative streak in you, now is your chance to show those creative talents as Nintendo places a blank canvas in your hand and invites you to participate in a contemporary art installation Electroplankton - from legendary Japanese artist, Toshio Iwai. Electroplankton launches across Europe on the Nintendo DS from 7th July 2006. The simplicity of Electroplankton is where its beauty lies. It is not a game in the truest sense of the word as it has no levels or scoring. Instead it is a creative medium allowing the user to experiment with both musical and visual effects to create their own multimedia masterpiece. The reward of this title doesnt lie in obtaining a score or finishing a level, but instead in the satisfaction of creating a totally unique piece of art every time. Players must control the game by interacting with different breeds of plankton. By mixing luminescent oceanic graphics and imagery with soothing and tranquil electro-synthetic sounds, users can create a harmonic visual and audio experience. In the main Performance mode players select a breed of plankton and interact with it using the Nintendo DSs touch-screen or microphone. In total there are ten different types of plankton in the game, all of which have different characteristics. These range from Tracy plankton which follow routes drawn on the touch-screen leaving a trail of light and sound, to Hanenbow which make music by bouncing off plant leaves. Volvoice memorises and repeats audio samples spoken into the Nintendo DS microphone, allowing you to personalise your compositions.
The game also features an Audience mode in which an assortment of demonstration tracks randomly play, showcasing the different plankton within the game and providing an invigorating audio-visual treat for the viewer. Electroplankton is the ultimate way to soothe away the stress after a hard day. Calming visuals and soothing oceanic sound effects will help to wash your stress away and with no set objective, Electroplankton is never frustrating, no matter if you play it for two minutes or two hours. Whether you are a fan of the arts or just want something totally unique to play in 2006, Electroplankton is a must-have. Electroplankton launches on the Nintendo DS across Europe on 7th July 2006. Click onto www.nintendo-europe.com for all of the most up to date official information on Nintendo. For more information please contact
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25 January 2010
By: Florian Totu, Games Editor
Max & the Magic Marker Hits Nintendo's Download List
Only three more games join Max on the list
Nintendo has brought forth an official press release for its weekly download list, and its dedicated fans are in for a disappointing shock. After getting us used to around three WiiWare titles, three or four DSiWare titles and even two new Virtual Console games every week, this time around, Nintendo has barely managed to get a few games together across all platforms. The Wii got two new titles, just as the DSi, while the Virtual Console got nothing but a blank slate this week. The first game to hit the WiiWare is Max & the Magic Marker, published by Press Play and priced at 1,000 Wii Points. Max's mailbox has received an anonymity package and inside it was what looked liked an ordinary magic marker. But as Max found out eventually, the magic in this marker wasn't its permanence, but that it brought to life whatever was drawn with it. Now having to chase its creation through the other drawings to which it escaped, players will have to help Max navigate 15 levels of environment puzzles, and use the magic marker to draw stairs, seesaws, balloons or anything they can think of. The second, and last, WiiWare addition is Fast Draw Showdown, and the game will have you test your limits in a do-or-die, quick-draw, Wild West showdown. Using the Wii Remote, you will mimic the western-draw challenge, being able to choose between a human or a computer opponent. The title is published by Digital Leisure Inc. and is priced at 500 Wii Points. As for the DSiWare, this week, Nintendo provided us with two new Electroplankton games. Designed by Toshio Iwai, a multimedia musician, the Electroplanktons are underwater creatures that respond to sound and color, generating a fascinating display, both visually and acoustically. The first new Electroplankton species to be added this week is Nanocarp, which reacts to short, sharp sounds like hand claps and whistles. The second one is the Trapy, an Electroplankton that reacts to lines being dragged across the water's surface. It produces low-pitch sounds when it swims towards the right and high-pitch sounds when it swims towards the left. Both the Nanocarp and Tarpy Electroplankton are published by Nintendo and they're priced at 200 Nintendo DSi Points.
The Wii gets two drawing games Press Play
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Designed by Japanese interactive media artist Toshio Iwai (Otocky, SimTunes), Electroplankton turns the Nintendo DS into a highly interactive audio-visual toy. Something of a cross between a life simulation and DJ software, the program allows players to create their own music, complete with dynamic visual-effect accompaniment, by using the touch screen to manipulate cute little "plankton" characters and their various environments. Each of the ten electroplankton modes allows for distinct aural patterns, including one that can be used as a sampler, repeating whatever noise it captures through the DS microphone. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide
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