PixelJunk Sidescroller wasn't the only PSN title Q-Games had to show off at E3 this week -- it also brought along with it PixelJunk Lifelike, which studio head Dylan Cuthbert describes as a "musical sound canvas kind of thing".

In this G4 video, musical and visual artist Baiyon, whose work you'll be familiar with from PixelJunk Eden, wields the PS Move controller and shows how it's more of an interactive music experience than a game, with the visuals/music reacting to your gestures.

The concept doesn't translate to the most exciting video, but fans of experimental musical games should appreciate it. Q-Games says it has been developing PixelJunk Lifelike "really slowly" for about a year and a half, and will release it "hopefully by the end of the year".