Dropchord trailer shows how Double Fine approaches the Leap

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 19 March 2013 22:46 GMT

Double Fine’s latest is a rhythm action game called Dropchord, which is headed to iOS, Mac and PC, notably requiring the Kinect-like gesture controller, Leap. It’s all very mysterious, but this teaser trailer does start to explain what the heck we’re looking at.

Described as a “music-driven score challenge”, Dropchord will be playable at Double Fine’s PAX East booth, from March 22 through 24. It will release later this year.

Thanks, Polygon.

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