Second game in DF/Dracogen partnership to appear at South by Southwest in Austin

Video: Double Fine developing for Leap Motion Controller

Double Fine has partnered with Leap Motion to bring their new rhythm game Dropchord to the new PC motion controller and iOS devices.

This is the studio’s second title released through a deal with Steve Dengler’s Dracogen. The first was Double Fine’s free-to-play experiment Middle Manager of Justice for iOS.

“The Leap Motion Controller is the world’s most accurate 3-D motion control device," claims Leap Motion president and COO Andy Miller.

"It allows people to play Dropchord on their computer entirely by moving their hands and fingers in the air."

The device will ship in May, and is currently priced at $79.99.

Those interested in grabbing a sneak peak of Dropchord in action on the Leap can see it at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas this weekend, or at Pax East in Boston.

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