Today Sega revealed an upcoming iOS dancing game called Go Dance, which they say will use the iOS device’s Facetime camera as an interactive, motion-based sensor. Players will have to mimic the choreography of their on-screen avatars in order to obtain a high score.
No screenshots or video of the game have been released yet, but Sega said in a press release that more information about the game’s songs, backgrounds, and avatars will be available soon.
We’ve had some unique experiences with camera-based games, like ARBasketball, a game that places an augmented reality hoop into your surroundings. We also gave a Must Have score to Square Enix’s recent RPG Bloodmasque, which gives players the option of placing a photo of their face onto the main character’s body.
Sega’s Go Dance will be available in Fall 2013, and we’ll bring you more details or a hands-on/full-body preview as soon as we can.