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‘Squid Game’ Fan Recreates Red Light, Green Light Challenge On Unreal Engine

A Squid Game fan has brought the infamous “Red Light, Green Light” game to virtual life using the Unreal Engine.

For those of you who have watched the popular Netflix series Squid Game would know about the “Red Light, Green Light” game.

For those who haven’t watched the show, the “Red Light, Green Light” game is a children’s game just like Statues. Here, one person commands those behind them to run (green light) and hold still (red light) and eliminates those who move during a red light phase.

However, in the show, there’s a twist: if you lose, you will be killed.

Squid Game Fan Recreates “Red Light, Green Light” game

In the real world, it is dangerous to play such games. However, you can play this game in virtual life as a fan of the show has made it possible.

A Redditor named ‘saas_dev‘ has developed the game using Epic Game’s Unreal Engine. The developer recreated the notorious game and showed their work-off in a clip. The Redditor titled the post: “I remade Squid Game’s “Red Light, Green Light” game.”

In the video, the giant creepy animatronic doll, the song, bloodshed, setting, are exactly the same. The only difference was that in the show the participants had to wear neon green tracksuits and here there are robots.

By the end of the clip, a few managed to win, and the rest were annihilated. Commenters praised the developer. One user suggested making it a multiplayer game.

However, this isn’t the first instance of someone recreated the Netflix show’s challenges.

American YouTuber Bryce Hall, brought ‘Red Light, Green Light’, ‘Tug-Of-War’, and ‘Sumo Wrestling’ challenges to life.

MrBeast also promised that if his post gets 10 million likes he will recreate Squid Game in real life. With nine episodes, Squid Game is streaming on Netflix.

Rahul Macwan

Rahul Macwan

A writer with a literary and cinematic appetite for highbrow matter.


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