Double Fine has announced a new rhythm action game called Dropchord. IGN reports the title will be available on iOS and PC, and the latter will be compatible with the Leap Motion Controller, allowing for Kinect-like controls. Dropchord is due later this year and will be on show at SxSW and PAX East, at the Leap booth.
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Double Fine has released its very first Android game – Dropchord, the Leap Motion launch title that hit Mac and PC last month. Described as a music-driven score attack affair, it’s available now on Google Play and the Amazon app marketplace following an Ouya release. It’ll set you back about $3 depending on territory.
Double Fine’s rhythm action effort Dropchord is now available for those of you with a Leap Motion controller.
Leap Motion Controller