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« on: June 10, 2012, 04:02:22 PM »


Prismatic Solid is an indie vertically-scrolling Shoot 'Em Up for the Xbox 360 from the indie developer of heloli. It was developed by Hayashi Yoichi (under the handle of "YO1 KOMORI"), a former Squaresoft programmer who also worked on Bushido Blade in 1997 and a little-known tube shooter titled iS - internal section for the original PlayStation back in 1999. Prismatic Solid shares similar aesthetics to iS - internal section as it features copious amounts of Sinister Geometry. The music for the game is also composed by Shinji Hosoe and ... Ayako Saso, hell yeah!

In Prismatic Solid, you take control of a green crystalline ship sporting a red, blue, and yellow options that offers your ship six different weapon formations. The gameplay itself is in the old-school style of Bullet Hell Shoot 'em Ups where you must play through the game start to finish, shoot down anything that isn't you, and collect several Power-Ups and a few 1-Ups along the way. Thankfully some of the game's Fake Difficulty has been averted by ship's options, which may shield your ship from certain doom, but remains challenging throughout the game. There's also Stars to earn along the way for performing certain feats, such as fully powering-up your ship or clearing a stage without getting hit.

The was game released under the Indie section of the Xbox Live Marketplace on June 3, 2010 for the very affordable price of 80 Microsoft Points, with an original soundtrack later released at the 78th summer Comiket on August 14, 2010.


An awesome game, old school graphics with simple geometric shapes! Here's a video of the game play  arrow

[XNA] PRISMATIC SOLID [XBOX360]

...but the most important here... the musics : Done by Ayako Saso and Shinji Hosoe under the group name "Sampling Masters"

Got the CD OST few days ago  Kiss  arrow







For those who don't know Ayaka Saso, she is the composer of games like ... Galaxian≥ Project Dragoon, Ridge Racer, XEVIOUS 3D/G, Tekken... see the complete list of the game here. Have also a look at her official English web page right here.

An awesome game for less than one euro on [Indie XBL], with an awesome soundtrack... what else?  Tongue
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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2012, 05:37:43 PM »

Looks like a bit futuristic game, but I like it, the music is also  great, thanks for sharing. Wink
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« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2012, 08:26:24 PM »

Tested right now ... cool game  - Love it !!!
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« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2012, 05:16:28 PM »

Sorry Bruno ... a little bit off topic but you MUST try:

Score Rush and Radian Games Crossfire 2 - extremely cool indie games  Kiss Kiss Space Ace
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« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2012, 08:03:24 PM »


Score Rush

Ouch! Too much 'bullets' for me  Shocked Grin
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