Mike Ackerman: Lyteshot is a new indie software system that let’s gamers use their cellphones to play real life action games; whether it be a friendly game of capture the flag or a more vicious game of “assassin.” Being open source, Lyteshot gives developers the ability to make cross-platform compatible games for both iOS and Android. Developers will even have the option whether or not they wish to incorporate Lyteshot’s peripherals into their games as well. Right now, Lyteshot’s peripheral looks almost like a small taser. However, instead of electrocuting someone, the end can be equipped with different plastic attachments; such as an assassin’s blade. What’s great is that other developers or even players can create their own attachments using a 3D printer.