If you own a Xbox One or Xbox 360 with its Kinect sensor, then you have a chance to play a free demo of one of the few remaining Kinect exclusive games made for both platforms, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved.

The free demo, announced today, offers a taste of the full game, which is loosely based on the classic 1940 Disney animated film Fantasia. That movie was an experimental anthology film featuring sequences inspired by, and using music from, classical music pieces. Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved, developed by Dance Central creators Harmonix, will offer a blend of classic and modern music and allowing the player to change and alter them as they listen and play through the game.

Again, this demo, and the full game, do require that the Kinect sensor made for each console be used. The full version of Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved will be released on October 21. Xbox One owners can go ahead and pre-order and pre-load the full digital version of the game for $59.99, or they can spend $89.99 for the Deluxe Digital Bundle, which offers access to 18 additional DLC tracks. Will you be trying out the demo today?

Source: Xbox One and Xbox 360 demo links.