Summary: This game is a very hard gem to find in local stores that I have been to. I got it for my father as a birthday present and he loved it. He has been looking for this game for a long time but everywhere he went it was sold out.
Summary: this game is awsome this place is also cant wait 2 do buisness with them again i chose normal shipping and still got my game the next day and inside it was a hand written note thanking me for my buisness wish they had more places like these in the falls
Summary: Want to know a secret? Electroplankton had a very limited release in the US, but in Europe and Asia, it was shipped out like any other game, and copies are/were plentiful. Those versions are the -exact same- as the US version, but with slightly different packaging. So why bother spending so much money for something you can get cheaper from another country? And no, shipping's never as bad as you expect, especially since DS games are so small.
Not quite as orthogonal as I had expected, but still fun.
Nicholas Charles Caruso "primanimal", Amazon
18 February 2008
Summary: I enjoy playing Electroplankton, and am eagerly awaiting the release of Electronekton. haha. I had expected a bit more programmability than the game actually provides, but it is still a good thing. I recommend it to you.
Summary: The basic premise of the game is that you use the bottom touch screen to create directional paths for musical object. Objects will richochet off one another, ambient sounds will be created, and what seems like a cacophony of noise can eventually turn into a chorus of beautiful music. Each plankton has a fun and unike tune and different aesthetic effects. Is it really a game? That is the question that a lot of people want to know: Is Elecktroplankton a game or not?
Amazing Potential - I'm Desperately Waiting for a Sequel
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
23 March 2007
Summary: Electroplankton isn't a game. It's a musical instrument. You get ten different "scenarios" - each with different critters that let you explore your musical talents. For example, in one scenario you have little snowflake shaped creatures filling the DS screen. As you tap on each one, it plays its own unique little note. Tapping and dragging creates a symphony of gently tinkling sounds. In another situation, little firefly type creatures respond to your noises.