Fantasia: Music Evolved is a motion-controlled music rhythm game developed by Harmonix for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 with Kinect. It is the interactive successor to Walt Disney's 1940 film Fantasia. It is expected in 2014. Fantasia: Music Evolved is designed to emphasize creative control, and unlike previous Harmonix games, does not score or grade player actions. The player is unable to fail or lose the game. After completing a level, some musical elements are exported to the overworld. Players collect magical energy while playing, which is used to unlock items that can be brought into the levels.