On the surface, echochrome ii is a seemingly random selection of blocks suspended in mid-air, but shine a little light on the subject by using the PlayStation Move motion controller in combination with the PlayStation Eye camera and an intricate network of shadowy paths is revealed, along which you must guide the Walker so he can reach the exit of each level.
To help focus your mind on the job in hand, echochrome ii is presented simply and effectively on-screen to help you differentiate between the blocks in the foreground and the shadows they form. A dash of colour is added to some blocks to fit in with a theme and to make it easier for you to pick out areas to concentrate light upon, making echochrome ii as easy on the eye as it is challenging to the mind.
Upbeat background music gets your brainwaves jumping, while navigating the menus is a simple pleasure thanks to slick, clear design. From the friendly tutorials to the step-by-step instructions for creating your own levels, echochrome ii has been crafted to make sure everything is a piece of cake – except for the fiendish puzzles themselves, of course.