point'n'click, a large dollop of violence, some video footage, and lashings of first-person-shooter gaming, and you get FPS IRL. It's quite a neat idea, if a little short (I'm guessing it takes quite a lot of work to make though), but not one for the kids, or peace loving hippies, to play. And remember folks: don't try this at home. Shooting people in real life is not big or clever [via gamershood].
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