Summary: Electroplankton is a "touchable media art" game that presents the player with "soothing music" and graphics on the DS's two screens. The game features 10 "digital planktons" that respond to players when they touch the screen or use the microphone. Planktons react by making gestures and sounds of their own. The game takes further advantage of the DS's microphone by recording and playing back sounds and voices as tunes.
|Genre(s):||Action, Miscellaneous, Rhythm, Music Maker, Music Maker, Application, Music|
|Number of Players:||1 Player|
|Satoru Iwata||Executive Producer|
|Nanako Kinoshita||Art Work|
|Kazuma Norisada||Art Work|
|Koichi Kyuma||Sound Support|
|Yichi Ozaki||Sound Support|
|Eri Honma||Graphic Support|
|Yasuhiro Nakamura||Graphic Support|
|Giichiro Matsumoto||Graphic Support|
|Satora Iwata||Executive Producer|
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