Game set for release next week.

Developer Ludopium, along with publisher and co-producer ARTE, have announced the release date for their 3D rhythm-based platformer Vectronom.

Players will be able to play as the bouncing cube when the game hits Nintendo Switch, macOS, and Windows on 29th May.

To coincide with the launch announcement, two new gameplay trailers titled Tower Crush and Sidestep have been uploaded onto Ludopium’s YouTube channel.

In Vectronom, players manoeuvre a cube through various ever-changing, geometric levels by synchronising its movement to the rhythm of the music.

Players have the option to connect MIDI instruments and dance pads to their computer as alternative methods of controlling the game.

All platforms support solo play as well as local drop-in-drop-out multiplayer.