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Real-Life Red Light, Green Light Game Arrives In Sydney

Stewart Perrie

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Real-Life Red Light, Green Light Game Arrives In Sydney

A real-life Red Light, Green Light game has arrived in Sydney that you can actually play.

The game was the first in a series of six challenges from the viral Netflix series Squid Game.

You have to get from the starting point to the end point without the big, terrifying doll-like girl seeing you move when she turns around.

When she has her back turned, you can run as fast as you want. But the moment she twists around to face you, you have to freeze.

In the TV show, anyone caught moving was shot dead by a series of sniper rifles.

Thankfully for Sydneysiders, it looks like you can play this game at Sydney Harbour without losing your life.

The game has arrived just in time for Halloween and will be removed after Monday, November 1.

You'll have to go to 4 Circular Quay W in The Rocks to play and you'll be given a green tracksuit to make you feel like you're in the show.

There are a few rule with the Aussie game.

You have to check-in using the QR Code and show your Covid-19 digital certificate. When you're playing, you are asked to respect social distancing, 'play safe' and don't run - even though that will be very tempting.

Featured Image Credit: Supplied

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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