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  • Select button - erase all paths that you have created
  • Stylus button - Tap either glowing end of a path to erase only that path
  • Stylus button - The slower you trace your path, the slower the 'plankton' will move across it
  • Stylus button - The faster you trace your path, the quicker the 'plankton' will move across it
  • The sound a 'plankton' will make when traveling along a path varies depending on where you begin the path, the direction, and angle


  • Select button - cycle between different layouts of leaves
  • Right dpad - will increase the rate at which 'plankton' appear
  • Left dpad - decrease the rate at which 'plankton' appear
  • Down dpad - reset the rate at which 'plankton' appear
  • Up dpad force 'plankton' to appear (three at a time)
  • By changing all the leaves to a certain color, something special will happen


  • Up dpad/Down dpad - make the arrows cycle through a number of pre-set directions (excluding rotating arrows)
  • Left dpad/Right dpad - make the all the arrows change directions together (excluding rotating arrows)
  • Stylus button - Holding down the stylus over a specific arrow will make it rotate indefinitely
  • Stylus button - Tap a rotating arrow to make it stop
  • Select button - reset all changes made


  • The sound a 'plankton' makes varies depending on the location, and time of day (in-game)
  • Stylus button - Tap in a blank area to create a 'plankton'
  • Stylus button - Tap a 'plankton' to remove it
  • Stylus button - Drag a 'plankton' to move it elsewhere
  • Left dpad/Right dpad - change the time of day (from day to night)
  • 'Night plankton' appear when created during the night, and 'day plankton' appear during the day
  • Select button - erase all 'plankton'
  • Time will continuously change from day to night automatically


  • Select button - quickly clear any sounds you may have recorded
  • Left dpad/Left dpad - Change the tempo of the background beat
  • Up dpad/Down dpad - Change the type of background beat played


  • Neutral dpad - with this you can create a wave that will affect all 'plankton'. Press in the direction you want the wave to travel in
  • Select button - reset all the 'plankton'. Pressing reset will also cycle between starting in a vertical line, or a horizontal line
  • Stylus button - Tap anywhere to create a ripple. Any 'plankton' caught in this ripple will generate a sound
  • Try clapping in different combinations to make the 'plankton' swim into different formations (for example, try 3 consecutive claps)
  • If left alone, the 'plankton' will begin to generate sound by themselves while moving about their environment


  • Stylus button - Spin the 'plankton' to generate sound. The faster your spin, the stronger and higher pitch the sound becomes
  • Stylus button - Spinning a 'plankton' in one direction yields one sound, while spinning the same 'plankton' in the opposite direction will yield a different sound
  • Select button - to cycle between 3 different sets of sounds
  • Stylus button - Hold down the stylus on a 'plankton' to slow it down or stop it


  • Select button - cycle between different formations and collections of sounds
  • Stylus button - Each time you tap a different 'plankton', it will switch places with the previously tapped 'plankton'


  • Stylus button - Each part of each 'plankton' will play a different sound when tapped
  • Stylus button - Tapping a part of a 'plankton' will make it repeat itself at the same intervals a few times
  • Select button - change the sounds played, and the background music
  • Down dpad - reset the tempo
  • Left dpad - decrease tempo
  • Right dpad - increase tempo


  • Stylus button - Tap the large 'plankton' in the middle to start recording
  • Stylus button - Tap the end of the antennae to erase what you have recorded. You can also press select to do the same
  • Stylus button - Tap one of the many available smaller 'plankton' to modify the way it outputs your recorded sound, and the shape of the larger 'plankton'