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    OUYAForum Devotee Outlander999's Avatar
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    Dropchord - Double Fine

    Released today for OUYA.

    It's a very strange game where you can move a "bar" to take points, avoiding dangers.
    Music-syncronized.

    I tried it with the X360 pad, however playable, but in some Youtube video you can see people moving their fingers on the air. Maybe needs Kinect or similar..?

    If you don't try, you'll never know.

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    I did not understand the game. I tried it two times and it said the game was "Paused" which is crap. Then after it told me to buy credits.

    I am tempted to buy it, if I knew how to play correctly and if the games was fun.

    Anyone know how to play this game??? Maybe make a video on how to play this.
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    If you don't touch the pad, the game goes to pause.

    If you move the left+right sticks, you make appear and move a bar in the circle.
    Moving the two sticks, you move the bar in the circle.
    You must take the spots appearing, but not the ones giving penality bonuses.

    ...Strange concept XD
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    A very different, and quite refreshing, concept. I like it, but it's extremely hard in the beginning. At least for me. I guess I have to work on my thumb coordination.
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    Love it! A new concept! Great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfighter View Post
    A very different, and quite refreshing, concept. I like it, but it's extremely hard in the beginning. At least for me. I guess I have to work on my thumb coordination.
    Yeah, I think it needs some practice XD
    If you don't try, you'll never know.

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    This isn't too bad. Interesting concept. Clearly not built for gamepads, but practice makes perfect in that regard. I dunno. I guess if I was going to continue to play this, it will have to be on my phone since this is a more touch orientated game.

    But at present it's not screaming at me to throw money at it.

    Disappointed comes to mind. I love music based games, but this has a more co-ordination based gameplay, and is way too simple.

    It's a pass from me personally. Not that fun and very shallow. I wish I could throw something positive at it. But I'm just not seeing it here.

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    I've got this on Leap Motion and it's a lot of fun -- wonder how it translates to gamepad. ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsoft View Post
    I've got this on Leap Motion and it's a lot of fun -- wonder how it translates to gamepad. ???
    Leap Motion.


     



    Maybe it's the thing I seen in a video, with people playing with the air, moving fingers like crazy ones XD
    Last edited by DrunkPunk; 08-01-2013 at 08:45 AM. Reason: Edited for size.
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    It would be cool if you could hook up leap motion to Ouya. Anyway cool game but hard to get used to controls.

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