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Submitted by Lavalamp 758d ago | preview

Hands on with Dropchord, Double Fine's Leap motion-controlled rhythmic score-attack game | EuroGamer

EuroGamer: "The team at Double Fine Studios who made Kinect Party has shifted its gears into experimenting with a new form of motion control with the Leap controlled music score-attack game Dropchord." (Dropchord, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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