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Edited by Szlifier

Holy crap that controller.

Posted by MooseyMcMan

Video games have never given me seizures, but I feel like this one came the closest.

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Edited by GPink

Great to see some solid support for the Leap. Nothing more solid than a game from Doublefine. More of this kind of stuff is always awesome.

Posted by BeachThunder

So, um, does anyone want to lend me some fingers?

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Posted by teh_destroyer

I have an extra 2. Chicken fingers though.

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Edited by CoolYetiDance

Visuals reminds me of the dub step game from Happy Action Theater.

Wonder if they used some of the same tech or whatnot

Posted by TurboMan

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

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@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

I believe Leap can actually detect infinite penii...

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Posted by TurboMan

@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

I believe Leap can actually detect infinite penii...

In that case, I need to invite all my friends over.

Posted by Grillbar

this looks really cool.

@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

wait wait wait the wii and the move diddent fail, it just diddent use the feature properly and you had to use the strap or in worst case duct tape

Posted by simkas

Holding your hands in front of you like that seems like it would get really tiring after a while.

Posted by CoinMatze

Does the Leap have Surgeon Simulator support?

Posted by Evan_Buchholz

Played this at PAX East a month or so ago. It was a cool thing to play around with but I found it extremely weird to have my hands positioned over such a tiny thing and I felt like it was easy to move off of it while playing the game. Especially when the game has you do those crazy spin moves. Though I bet if I used it more everyday I would get a lot better at it like the devs in this video.

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@grillbar said:

this looks really cool.

@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

wait wait wait the wii and the move diddent fail, it just diddent use the feature properly and you had to use the strap or in worst case duct tape

Or, in The Move's case, put a shiny red ball on the tip and shine a flashlight on it.

Posted by Spwn

Not feeling the game. It just doesn't seem to be mechanically interesting or especially challenging.

Edited by Chibithor

@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

There's already a penis-motion-controller if you're into that.

Posted by D_W

This actually looks really cool. Both the tech and the game.

Posted by Zurv

hrmmm.. hopefully his isn't a blah game like other double fine games. They always have good ideas, but fall short in the games themselves.

Edited by Darthozzan

The leap motion controller looks awesome, a bit expensive though, especially with shipping to Sweden :P I wonder what kind of stuff you'll be able to do with it, I hope they can convince me to buy one with some more apps ^_^

This game looks amazing but I can't justify $111 on one thing T_T

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@turboman said:

@grillbar said:

this looks really cool.

@turboman said:

The Wii failed, The Move failed, The Kinect failed.

Will The Leap be the first motion-controlled gaming device with "Can this thing detect my cock" technology?

I think so.

wait wait wait the wii and the move diddent fail, it just diddent use the feature properly and you had to use the strap or in worst case duct tape

Or, in The Move's case, put a shiny red ball on the tip and shine a flashlight on it.

that could work but i prefer the duct tape since i dont have to shave when im done player.
saves a lot of time

Edited by handsomeb

You heard it here.

Double Fine is looking for poly-dactyl programmers.

Edited by RudeCubes

Could I get this on Wii U instead

like not even joking

Edited by Oi_Blimey

This looks pretty fun.

Edited by planetary

Looks awesome.

Edited by louiedog

I wonder if the leap motion people put some funding into this and locked it into an exclusive. I could see this working on a touch screens and Double Fine has already worked with mobile on two projects. 3 if you count The Cave on Ouya even though it may not be touch controlled.

edit: Oh, and that Psychonauts Vault Viewer is another. Does that count?

Posted by posh

my kind of game! im excited about games again

Edited by bybeach

One of the few times I saw a QL-EX be necessary as one.

Posted by zombie2011

I love Trance, and it seems that what most of the music is in this game which makes this a buy.

Posted by Phished0ne

It looks neat..but if i wanted to spend a prohibitive amount of money on something that involves me waving my arms at something i'd spend 100 dollars on a Theremin kit.

Posted by Conrad148

Motion controls that are precise and accurate? Awesome.

Edited by RinSatori

Yeah not gonna touch this. I hate motion controls.. even if these actually work.

Posted by mikbal

I want to make a fast paced RTS game for that thingy.

Posted by Milkman

I love that Double Fine just makes whatever weird shit that they want. This looks awesome.

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Posted by Rox360

Losing myself in the visualizer just watching this video. Really want to get my hands on this, but it seems impractical at the moment. Maybe one day... The world definitely needs more psychedelic music games.

Edited by ThreeRoneC

Looks cool

Edited by chilibean_3

Cool. I was wondering what this thing was and I'm glad a saw this demo of it. Seeing pictures of people double pointing at a screen wasn't really telling me anything.

Posted by dvdwalker8

The tech seems cool and like it has good fidelity. The game doesn't look all that interesting or fun to me though. Seems like it would wear your hands and fingers out pretty quickly too. Cool to see DF try something new but this seems to have nothing of the humor or quirkiness that their other stuff has.

Posted by vikingdeath1

This comes out on my birthday!

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@mikbal said:

I want to make a fast paced RTS game for that thingy.

yeah that'd be great actually. seems like the kind of hardware that could improve just about any kind of game played with a mouse

Posted by Fawkes

I wonder if this leap doodad would make a good companion for the oculus rift.

Posted by Viking_Funeral

Ryan cleaned up a bit. Lookin' good.

Cool little device, too. Still burned out on motion devices right now, but looks cool.

Posted by NoelVeiga

Raise your hands if the video compression made the game so hard to follow you had to exit full screen before you puked.

Not that that's a bad thing, but yeah, it happened to me.

This also looks really tiring to play and a better fit for a tablet. Hovering your hands like that for a long time seems... weird. Even with the Move, the bigger motions might work better.

Edited by Hugs

looks like a Cipher Prime game, cool that its coming out of Double Fine.

Edited by Hermetic

While the tech is impressive to witness, the execution looks a bit dull and uninteresting to me. I would be interested to try it, but I highly doubt I would drop money on this.

Still, that detection is pretty incredible.

Posted by mrsmiley

The music sounds awesome. As for the game, it seems like something that could be played on a touch device much more comfortably. I like that concept of the input device, but I don't see how a game like this will justify paying for the said device.

Edited by Dark_Lord_Spam

Hey! I saw that audio guy this morning in the Broken Age backer video!

Anyway, the game seems like a super cool thing that'll wear my arms out after 5 minutes, but I guess there's few ways around that for hands-free motion control.

Edited by happymeowmeow

I'm extremely wary of motion control doodads after the past few years of technology that failed to live up to the promise, but the game looks very neat.

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