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Submitted by TheXploder 445d ago | trailer

Magrunner, First Contact Trailer

In the near future, in 2050, a handful of young and brilliant citizens have been chosen by Gruckezber Corporation to join the Magtech training program for space exploration. Equipped with a special glove using Gruckezberg's technology, the candidates have to solve their way through a huge maze of challenge rooms, by magnetically charging objects that will attract or repel each other. But when an earthquake disrupts the training program, what seemed to be the chance of a lifetime for the candidates will soon become a descent into folly and cosmic horror. In this video, plunge with Dax, the hero of the game, into a future where Technology confronts the Cthulhu Mythos. (Magrunner, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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ame22  +   445d ago
This doesn't remind me of another popular FPS puzzle game at all...
DeadlyFire  +   443d ago
Just because a new type of gameplay is invented. You can't blame others for jumping into developing something similar.
jesuisankit  +   445d ago
No it doesnt!! :P
Wagz22  +   445d ago
Portal with aliens?

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