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Video games that track your heart rate

from MIT Technology Review

In a virtual house, you are trapped in an oven, desperately trying to avoid being burned alive. The only way to escape is to take a deep breath, relax, and accept that there are far more disturbing scenarios left to come. In Nevermind, an indie horror game that will officially be released later this month, players strap on a heart-rate monitor and strive to keep their nerves in check while facing increasingly creepy scenes. Stay calm and cool, and the puzzles progress smoothly. Become even a little jumpy, and the game adds an extra layer of difficulty, such as a vision-obscuring screen of static that only dissipates once the player chills out. more


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