Video: The folks over at Rocket Jump gave some further thought to Superhot's unique mechanics, where the game only progresses when the player moves, and how that would work in real life. Things get a bit more complicated when you fight something other than the faceless red enemies from the game, and there's a world out there that also only moves when we do.
Superhot's Time-Stopping Mechanics In Real Life
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