Digital Chumps: While discussing N.E.R.D.'s third album, Seeing Sounds, Pharrell Williams seemed surprised when he learned not everyone experienced synesthesia. Blending senses and seeing colors instead of sounds came natural him, and I'm willing to bet the same line of thought applies to Queasy Games and their short list of collaborators for Sound Shapes. Sound Shapes (as well as Queasy Games’ 2007 title Everyday Shooter) maintains this seemingly effortless dedication to intoxicating the player's senses through sight and sound. Call it distilled bliss or displaced affection, but there's an explicit sense of euphoria waiting to be collected through Sound Shapes' rich presentation. Not coincidentally, like Everyday Shooter, there's also a pretty good game here too.