Double Fine's psychedelic Dropchord drops a trailer

Born trippy.

Double Fine has revealed the first footage of Dropchord, its pyschadelic new rhythm game for PC, Mac and iOS.

Dropchord is controlled by Leap, an incredibly-accurate motion-sensing camera said to be 200 times more precise than Kinect.

The new footage shows how players will control two points on the circumference of a circle. What else the game involves is not currently that clear... The music is very catchy, though.

Dropchord is the latest gaming nugget from the Tim Schafer-fronted Double Fine. It's being worked on by the team who designed similarly trippy and neon-coloured games Kinect Party and Double Fine Happy Action Theater.

There's no word on a release date yet, though the game is playable at PAX East this month. Leap is due to launch in early May.

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