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Submitted by ElaineSpencer 846d ago | news

Double Fine Productions announces "Dropchord"

On March 7, Double Fine Productions announced a new game, titled “Dropchord”. The developer describes the game as a music-driven challenge game, from the same team that brought us “Kinect TV Party”. Double Fine Productions will give us a look at this new title at this weekend’s SXSW show, located in Austin, Texas. Later this month, a playable build will be available at PAX East. (Casual games, Double Fine, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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Adolph Fitler  +   846d ago
How about a Brutal Legend 2 & then a Psychonauts 2.
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medziarz  +   845d ago
Nobody.

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