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Chime Super Deluxe music competition announced

Posted by on April 20th, 2011 | 0 Comments | Tags:

I make no bones about declaring Chime Super Deluxe totally awesome. However, it seems that Zoe Mode isn’t content with letting the game sit on the store, and leaving it at that. The developer today announced a competition to let players submit their own track, with the best of the bunch to be added to the game in a specially designed level. So, if you think that your tune is up to the task, head on over to www.chimegame.com/competition and submit your track as an mp3. Let’s not go Wav’ing up the place ladies and gents.

Here’s the PR, if you want to know all the gritty little details. Chime Super Deluxe is out right now and if you like puzzle games you should totally pick it up. I hear it’s awesome.

Fame awaits with Chime Super Deluxe music competition

Let the world play your music as an exclusive level in the acclaimed music creation puzzle game

Chime Super Deluxe Game ScreenBRIGHTON, UK – 20th April 2011 – Zoë Mode Entertainment, an independent multi-format game developer, are excited to announce details of a very special competition giving anyone the chance to have their music featured in acclaimed music puzzler Chime Super Deluxe, now out exclusively on PlayStation®Network for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system priced at $9.99.

The Zoe Mode team is inviting the public to submit their home made tracks from which they will select one lucky winner to feature in the PlayStation®Network title which has won widespread praise for its innovative use of music. The winning submission will be turned into a specially designed level, introducing an undiscovered talent to gamers around the world.

In keeping with Chime’s eclectic music policy, any style of music will be considered. Laptop producers, bands, choirs or percussion groups, anything goes. Chime Super Deluxe achieved its great results by collaborating with artists, now it’s the fans’ turn.

To enter, just head to www.chimegame.com/competition and submit an mp3. Submissions will be accepted from now until Friday 1st July. FAQs and terms and conditions can be found on the website.

A brand new video from beat-boxer extraordinaire Shlomo explaining the basics can be downloaded from Shlomo Explains Chime Super Deluxe Basics