Dropchord out now for Leap Motion on Mac, PC

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:15 GMT

Double Fine’s rhythm action effort Dropchord is now available for those of you with a Leap Motion controller.

The music-driven score attack game goes for $3 and is available from Airspace, the Leap Motion’s app store, today.

Double Fine’s latest is also headed to Ouya, where it debuts on July 31, before releasing for Android and iOS on August 1.

Journey composer Austin Wintory and Mass Effect composer Sam Hulick contributed tracks to the Drop Chord soundtrack, and you can pick up a five-track album compiling the game’s music for between $9 and $10, from a variety of digital music retailers.

Leap Motion is a 3D motion controller for Mac and PC. It released today.

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