QWOP and GIRP developer Bennett Foddy -- in collaboration with Intel, Pitchfork, and Kill Screen -- has launched Sun God, a browser-based cooperative visualizer featuring music by Cut Copy.

As you might expect, Sun God's controls are unconventional -- the mechanics are somewhat similar to the forgotten Sonic the Hedgehog semi-sequel Knuckles Chaotix. It's easier to grasp than many of Foddy's previous titles, though, and while playing for score is an option, it's not the game's focus.

"It's not hard or mean like most of my games," Foddy explains, "and it's not really focused on getting points or being at the top of your game. This one's more about experiencing the song."