With digital distribution making it possible for a greater variety of unconventional titles to reach the market, imaginative new forms of puzzle gameplay are emerging. Echochrome for the Playstation 3 and PSP, whose art direction mirrors the logic-defying line drawings of M.C. Escher, is one such example. The physical laws of the in-game environment are determined by the way the player manipulates the perspective, making illusions of perception the literal truth. For the music accompanying the game, Hideki Sakamoto has created a collection of classical music tracks, recently released in a soundtrack album by Team Entertainment. For this discussion on the sound of Echochrome, the composer joins Siliconera for a deeper look at the design underlying the innovative puzzle game and its original soundtrack.