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Starting from its original release on February 25, 2016, SUPERHOT has been a very popular and action packed game. First released for PC on Steam, it was then created into a VR (Virtual Reality) version and released on December 5, 2016. The original version was also released for Epic Games launcher, Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. The VR version is also available for SteamVR, PlayStation VR, and Oculus. The SUPERHOT Team then released a sequel game called SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete on July 16, 2020.
"Time moves only when you move."
The game is structured around a white environment with red crystalized enemies and black weapons contrasted against it. Only when you move, time moves. The only way you can win is by eliminating all of the enemies but the only way you can do that is by deflecting and moving your way past attacks. Some enemies will have white on them and the only way you can defeat them is by hitting the red.
The actual built Idea consists of 4 minifigs: Yourself, and three enemies. It also contains a couple of black items to protect yourself. It also has the trademark Mind Control Delete floppy disk. The build also has different details from throughout the games and it is not based off of any particular level.
I am also not going to explain how many pieces there are because Lego could very well change that.
I really appreciate all of the support and I hope that everyone will be able to see this as a reality compared to "Virtual Reality"! Be sure to also check out my other Ideas as well:
Thanks for all of the help and feedback,