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. Created by a team of developers who previously worked on Double Fine's Kinect Party, Dropchord challenges players to manipulate an on-screen light beam using their fingers, dodging obstacles as they collect notes and build upon a backing music track.

Dropchord is priced at $2.99. An Ouya version will premiere on July 31, and ports for iOS and Android will arrive on August 1.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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