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Strange Flavour working on two more 360 camera games

Ahead of Friday’s launch of the Xbox Live Vision Camera, developer Strange Flavour has revealed it is already working on two more titles to take advantage of the new peripheral.

Ahead of Friday's launch of the Xbox Live Vision Camera, developer Strange Flavour has revealed it is already working on two more titles to take advantage of the new 360 peripheral.

Strange Flavour's first title, TotemBall, is currently available to download free over Xbox Live Arcade, with map packs and other content due in the near future.

Other titles supporting the camera include UNO, which is provided free with the peripheral, World Series Poker from Activision, Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Vegas and Texas Hold 'Em, which is expected to receive an auto-update within weeks.

Speaking at a launch event in Central London this morning, Microsoft revealed that other publishers are currently considering how to make use of the camera, with EA Sports said to be "thinking about it."

One thing that isn't being planned at the moment is cross-platform chats between Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 users, despite the fact that the camera itself works with Windows as a simple USB webcam.

The Xbox Live Vision camera is available from Friday priced GBP 34.99 and comes with an Xbox Live headset, a copy of UNO and one month free Xbox Live Gold access.

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