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Beatnes are curious plankton with geometrically shaped heads that form vertical strands like seaweed.

Their bodies are made up of eight sections, each featuring a distinctive diamond-shaped tail. The sound of a Beatnes can vary wildly depending on which segment of the body is tapped. However, all of the sounds closely resemble the short-wave and triangular-wave sound effects from a Nintendo Entertainment Systemâ„¢ sound chip. When Beatnes are tapped in time with a rhythm, they continue to repeat the sounds in perfect time for a short period.

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Posted by Corbie Dillard

Feel the beat!

Back in 2006, a talented and eccentric media artist named Toshio Iwai developed a very unique title for Nintendo's DS system that allowed the user to interact with various forms of plankton on both a visual and musical level. In fact, it was this...

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User Comments (3)

DSi921

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DSi921 said:

I just got this on release- totally worth it. its like making remixes of music!!! It's great for a 200 PT app.

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