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Digital Dreams’ infographics-as-art platformer Metrico will arrive on PlayStation Vita this spring, the developer announced today with a new trailer.

Metrico’s unique brand of bizarre, trying platformer mechanics sees information in the game—where you jump, where you move, and other input information including how much light is present in a room or how you’re holding the Vita—influence the position of the platforms surrounding the player, making navigation part of the puzzle-solving element.

According to level designer Roy van de Mortel, Metrico will contain six worlds that each feel “fresh and exciting,” with their own “shapes, type of infographics, colors, music, mechanics, challenges, typography, and animation” that connect to an over-arching theme.

Infographics art–inspired platformer Metrico landing on PlayStation Vita this spring

By | 03/14/2014 12:54 PM PT

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Digital Dreams’ infographics-as-art platformer Metrico will arrive on PlayStation Vita this spring, the developer announced today with a new trailer.

Metrico’s unique brand of bizarre, trying platformer mechanics sees information in the game—where you jump, where you move, and other input information including how much light is present in a room or how you’re holding the Vita—influence the position of the platforms surrounding the player, making navigation part of the puzzle-solving element.

According to level designer Roy van de Mortel, Metrico will contain six worlds that each feel “fresh and exciting,” with their own “shapes, type of infographics, colors, music, mechanics, challenges, typography, and animation” that connect to an over-arching theme.

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