A Vlogger Has Created A Storm Area 51 Video Game
A vlogger is developing a video game of the proposed 'raid' on Area 51 - the famous US military base that is supposedly where they keep the aliens - on 20 September.
Yep, the viral Facebook joke, which has seen more than 1.3 million people sign up to join the march, is now being turned into a game.
A first-look was posted in Twitter by entertainment vlogger Keemster who tested it out. The clip was shared with the caption: "Playing the 1st build of @Area51Game!!"
And unlike the proposed raid, the game actually looks like the real deal and Keemster has even given fans who don't fancy their chances against the US military IRL the chance to be in the game.
In a video requesting their input, Keemster wrote: "Respond to this tweet with a Twitter video of you saying 'Let's see them aliens' or 'Aarghhh' or 'Get 'em' or 'Stop' or 'Let's go, USA, USA!' Or make up your own audio, it doesn't matter. Respond to this tweet with your voice acting and what it would be like if you really were to imaginarily [sic] in this game, storm Area 51.
"And if we use your audio from your video, you will receive a free copy of the Storm Area 51 game, coming out very soon."
However, if a video game isn't enough for you and you're still planning on actually storming one of the most heavily guarded bases in the world, you should probably listen to the advice of some people who might know a thing or two about it. For example, US Air Force spokesperson Laura McAndrews.
McAndrews told The Independent: "[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.
"The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets."
A man was actually shot dead in January after trying to enter the top-secret base, a document from the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) has revealed.
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A press release from the NNSS explained that a man had refused to stop at the security gate and drove around eight miles while in pursuit.
When he eventually stopped, he approached security officials with a 'cylindrical object' in his hand.
The press release said: "At 5.18pm PST, an unidentified male failed to stop at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) security gate at Mercury, Nevada.
"Both NNSS Security Protective Force Officers (SPOs) and Nye County Sheriff's Office (NCSO) took up pursuit.
"After driving approximately eight (8) miles past the security gate, the individual came to a stop, exited his car and approached the SPOs and NSCO with a cylindrical object in-hand.
"The suspect refused to adhere to verbal commands of both NSCO and the SPOs on scene.
"When the suspect approached the officers, he was fired upon by both NSCO and a SPO.
"The suspect died at the scene."
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