I missed this back when the UK studio originally uploaded it earlier this month, but Kuju subsidiary Zoë Mode shared this tutorial video for Chime, its Xbox Live Arcade music game created for video game industry charity/publisher OneBigGame.

In this clip for the puzzler, you can watch/hear the player remixing and laying out pieces of Philip Glass's "Brazil". Other tracks slated to appear in the game include Moby's "Ooh Yeah", Fred Deakin's (of Lemon Jelly) - "Disco Ghosts", Markus Schulz's "Spilled Cranberries", and Paul Hartnoll's (of Orbital) "For Silence".

Chime will feature five different levels, three difficulty modes (based on time limits), and a free-play mode. Zoë Mode plans to donate more than 60 percent of the game's price to OneBigGame (which sends its donations to charity partners Save the Children and Starlight Children’s foundation). You can learn more about the puzzler and follow its development at Chime's official site.