Gaball Screen (System Sacom/1996)

Gaball Screen is a Japan-only Playstation game that’s really nothing more than an advertisement for Japan’s Antinos Records label, which is owned by Sony.

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Gaball Screen involves you, the player, flying around as a tennis shoe picking up CDs by interacting with different objects (think along the lines of the museum parts of Namco Museum). Each CD adds another layer to the background music, like Rez. Each stage has six CDs, and once you get all of them, the song is complete and you get to watch the accompanying music video. Said music videos are all absolutely terrible, and can be found here in part two.

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