Now this looks interesting - Raycatcher from Thinking Studios takes your mp3s, turns them into rays and fires them at a ball - you must then in turn spin the ball to allow the correct colour rays to hit the ball in the correct spots.

If Audiosurf proved anything last year, it's that gamers love to incorporate their music into a slick-looking arcade game and it seems Raycatcher hopes to capitalize on that. A demo is available for now, with a full version coming very soon.