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  • Summary: Dropchord features fast-paced and addictive gameplay with a focus on music and visual effects. It is being developed by key members of the team behind Double Fine's acclaimed Xbox 360 Kinect title Kinect Party.
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  1. Aug 1, 2013
    Dropchord is interesting, fun, and has some great beats to enjoy.
  2. Aug 2, 2013
    Dropchord is a hypnotic treat for the eyes, ears, and fingers.
  3. Aug 26, 2013
    Some games make me want to keep playing all night long, sucking hour after hour until the sun comes up. Dropchord makes me want to throw down my iPhone and dance till dawn. But that would mean I’d have to stop playing. It's a nice dilemma.
  4. Aug 1, 2013
    These little twists add a fair amount of variety to Dropchord, but the overall package failed to grab me. I loved the soundtrack (you can download it from iTunes), and the visuals are great as well. The backgrounds swirl and change in a funky lightshow that doesn't obscure the objectives. Ultimately, though, it’s a neat-looking (and sounding) game that’s easy to play and just as easy to forget.
  5. This is a rare case of a game better played on phone than tablet, since the smaller screen lets one alter the beam line much more quickly.
  6. Aug 8, 2013
    If you're in the mood for an interesting game based around electronic music though, you can do a whole lot worse than spending a few bucks on Double Fine's latest foray into the mobile market. Just don't expect a whole lot of depth, or a lasting impression.
  7. Aug 1, 2013
    Dropchord's thumping soundtrack hides a rather frustrating and repetitive game that just doesn't feel that satisfying to play.

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