[Game] Hybrid War – AR: the Shooter in Augmented Reality.
Hybrid War IT WORKS LIKE THIS:
1. Install Hybrid War on the smartphones of all participants.
2. Print barcodes and attach them to the clothes or on the walls of the room.
3. On the screen of the phone there is a sight through which you shoot at barcodes on the opponents’ bodies.
4. Now you can arrange a real battle!
HYBRID WAR IS THE LASERTAG OF THE FUTURE.
We replaced inconvenient range trips with Augmented Reality.
Instead of a heavy suit with sensors, we made free barcodes that capture damage from all types of weapons and are fastened to any clothes.
Banal and expensive blasters, we replaced the smartphone with a huge selection of weapons for every taste.
HOW TO PLAY AND KNOW ALL THE INS AND OUTS?
Textual manual on our site:www.hybrid-war.com/eng
Video instruction: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVnycim7Al0&t=12s
Download barcodes for the game: drive.google.com/drive/folders/1R_ZCW66PYL1L7mKQmtkzlwMXAbOo389l
Development involved the military of counter-terrorism units.
They contributed their experience and made the game as similar to the real battlefield as possible.
HYBRID WAR – THIS:
The world’s first opportunity to play in Battle Royale mode in real life.
Large selection of roles with a set of special weapons and ammunition.
Full immersion on the battlefield: transfer of the bullets dispersion, interception and jamming of the radio signal, influence of the weather conditions and much more …
Artificial intelligence in the world of shooters: through GPS in your phone, the game recognizes the size of the place where you are playing and calculates: the range of shelling, the throw of your grenade or the explosive range of a mine for the enemy.
TODAY HYBRID WAR IS FREE AND AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE.
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