4.0
138 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Feel like solving 3D riddles to a frenetic electronic soundtrack? It’s easy to get into the groove but can you stick to the beat?

A CAPTIVATING ATMOSPHERE
Welcome to the psychedelic world of Vectronom: experience waves of color and a pulsing geometric path that changes with the beat... All set to a hypnotic electronic soundtrack. There’s only one thing to do: turn up the volume and go with the flow. UNTZ! UNTZ! UNTZ!

SOLVE PUZZLES AT THE SPEED OF SOUND
Find your path through an ever-changing world, keeping the rhythm with every move you make. Think it sounds easy? The highly intuitive and addictive gameplay will keep you moving through daunting challenges... But how long will you last when the challenges get trickier and trickier? Better play to find out!

Co-produced and published by ARTE, Vectronom is the first video game from independent studio Ludopium. The prototype was developed in the Franco-German accelerator program Spielfabrique. The game has already won several awards, including “Best Game” at the Indie Arena Booth at Gamescom 2018 and GDC’s “Best in Play” 2019.

FEATURES
• A challenging single player campaign
• Each level features original electronic soundtrack and a colorful, dynamic art style
• Regular updates based on curated User Generated Content
Updated on
Oct 15, 2019

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Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted
4.0
138 reviews
A Google user
February 10, 2020
Good game, but unfortunate touchscreen controls. Love the visuals and the beat. Level design is great. However, the touchscreen controls are lacking and kill the gameplay. Swipe to move isn't accurate enough for a rhythm game. Even when you're on the beat, sometimes it doesn't register swiping the intended direction. Falling off ledges is very common, even in a straight line. Definitely better suited to keyboard or on screen keys. Uninstalled/refunded, but will keep an eye on it.
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Carlos García
August 1, 2021
I saw this on a reddit post a couple weeks ago, and promised to give it a try. I'd recommend the developers to add an onscreen dpad, as others mentioned, swiping is really difficult for a rhythm game. However, the lack of ads and in app purchases, alongside a great soundtrack really overcomes for the game. For new players, the learning curve is quite hard and you really really need to hear to the game music in order to understand the levels.
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A Google user
October 17, 2019
Saw you on A Maze 2018 and bought it within a few minutes after I got the release email. Have to say it was a bit easier to keep the rythm when playing it with a keyboard. When swiping it an feel a bit slow and unrythic, and i would much rather play it with some arrow buttons on screen. Its otherwise a fun game I recommend!
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