It's been nearly a year since echochrome was first revealed during Sony's 2007 E3 Media & Business Summit presentation, but the visually minimalist PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable perspective-based puzzle game is finally arriving in the US.
A post on Sony's official PlayStation Blog today has revealed that both versions of the game will be available for download tomorrow for $9.99 each. Both editions can be downloaded via the PS3's PlayStation Store, and the PSP version will also be available through its own PC-based storefront.
Each version of the game tasks players with guiding an artist's mannequin through a series of 56 levels, overcoming obstacles and navigating hazards by repositioning the camera to make areas look safer and more straightforward than they actually are.
The levels included in the PS3 game are different from the PSP levels, and both versions include the ability for players to create their own new puzzles. On the PS3 version of the game, created levels can be submitted to the developers, and the best submissions will then be distributed back to other players for free.
For more on the game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.