It’s getting increasingly difficult for games in all genres to stand out. The triple-A releases have gone for the open world, explosive spectacles while indie games are oversaturated with pixilated graphics and older mechanics. The middle ground is covered by studios that managed to score a contract with a bigger publisher, and it’s usually a narrative-focused experience. But there is still opportunity to innovate and to merge two completely unrelated genres together. Queasy Games did exactly that with Sound Shapes, a PlayStation platform exclusive that merges music and platforming.