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    • Cassidy Dale

      Xapper, a new laser tag game in development now. Interfaces with your smartphone somehow. Will keep an eye out for this.

    • Agent E

      The Xappr Gun is a new gaming accessory that connects to a smartphone and allows you to play various augmented-reality and shooter games. The gun-shaped peripheral works with iOS,Android, and Windows Phone devices and features a mount in the viewfinder area where you can attach your smartphone, while an auxiliary cable connected to your handset's headphone jack registers your trigger pulls.

    • Jon Grace

      Laser Tag Smartphones, AWESOME

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