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The game that makes drone warfare personal

Killbox is a game that creates humans out of brightly colored 3D shapes, only to slaughter them in the most dehumanizing way: a drone strike. Continue reading The game that makes drone warfare personal The game that makes drone warfare personal originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 18 Oct 2016 12:47:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
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Killbox is a game that creates humans out of brightly colored 3D shapes, only to slaughter them in the most dehumanizing way: a drone strike. And not just any drone strike -- the game is based on the first real-life UAV mission ever...

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