Chime Super Deluxe by Zoë Mode (2010) - PlayStation Network (PS3)
Lumines really, except with an emphasis on shapes rather than colours. There are three types of game on offer here - timed, free play, and multi-player (which is offline only) as well as ten songs to choose from, so there's a reasonable amount to keep you occupied. The replay value is good for high score chasers too, thanks to lots of bonuses and multipliers and all that stuff. Of course, if you don't like the particular style of music that's exclusively featured then there's really not much point playing at all, but if you do, Chime can prove an addictive and fairly relaxing block-bundler, especially for mildly-OCD-ish players like me who will be striving for that elusive 100% coverage!
RKS Score: 4/5
Special Note: I have discovered since writing this review that it was only 'Chime' (XBLA) whose proceeds went to charity. The proceeds from this 'expanded' (and more expensive) version for PSN do not...