Aside from the sharing and rating of user-created levels, the game's online features include global leaderboards for level completion times. And for show-offs, there are options for uploading your level replays to YouTube. Among the extras, you can also find shadow art. These are images hidden within levels, revealed with the perfect alignment of shadows, which are then unlocked for viewing in the shadow art gallery. In the Fabled Racers level, shining the Move flashlight at just the right angle conjures a picture of a hare; then, shining the light from another angle, produces a tortoise. It's a creative, ingenious extension of a creative, ingenious application of the Move controller. Echochrome II is one of the most interesting Move games so far, and it arrives with very little fanfare--Move owners shouldn't let it pass them by.