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Double Fine's Dropchord entrances iOS, Android and Ouya users

Double Fine's rave simulator rhythm-driven Dropchord launched for iOS, Android and the Ouya this week for $3. Dropchord assigns ends of a line to each of a player's fingers and tasks them with gathering notes and dodging scratches. The game focuses on getting the highest score possible and its...

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Double Fine's Dropchord on Leap Motion now, other platforms dated

Double Fine announced that its Leap Motion-powered rhythm-action game, Dropchord, is now available for Windows and Mac, with ports for Ouya, iOS, and Android set to launch next week. The Leap Motion is a movement-sensing USB peripheral that tracks individual finger joints and player gestures....

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Dropchord, Double Fine's music game, set in motion

The first trailer for Double Fine's latest musical foray, Dropchord, resembles an interactive visualizer. It's like those parties in college, but with even more people messing with your sweet playlists. Dropchord supports the Leap Motion Controller, hitting Best Buy in May....

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Double Fine dips back into music with Dropchord

Dropchord is described by developer Double Fine Productions as "a music-driven score challenge game" from the same core team that created Kinect Party. Double Fine will offer a glimpse of the game, which supports the upcoming Leap Motion Controller shipping to Best Buy in May, at this weekend's...

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