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Space Paranoids is a first-person shooter arcade game designed and released in 2009 by 42 Entertainment, a company that specializes in alternate reality games, for the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Overview

The object of the game is to go through the levels and score as many points as possible by destroying Recognizers, tanks and stationary gun turrets.

The game is designed to look and feel like the game seen in the film Tron; for this, the controls of the arcade version are a joystick and a trackball; instead of being credited to its real developer, it is credited to ENCOM (a fictional company that exists in the Tron films) with a release date of 1982; the high score record holder is supposedly "Flynn" (the protagonist in Tron).

Technical details

The game is based on the Unity game engine (in turn, based on Direct3D 9), which allows it to run from the browser, provided that the appropriate browser extension is installed. The default controls for the online version are a keyboard and mouse, but if it is downloaded to play offline, it will be possible to configure it for joystick support, full screen and custom resolutions.[1]

Space Paranoids opened online on May 6th, 2010. [2]

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