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Shoot cyborgs in 'Terminator Genisys' game before the movie starts

Nicole Lee, @nicole
06.26.15
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When you head out to watch Terminator Genisys next week, you might want to get to the theater a little early. Not just to get good seats, but also to play a game on your phone before the movie starts. Based on Terminator Genisys: Revolution by Glu Mobile, it's apparently the first ever in-theater interactive game according to Paramount. To participate, simply join the local WiFi network (you'll see prompts to do so on your mobile device). You'll then be assigned to one of four teams, at which point you're instructed to point your phone at the movie screen to aim and shoot at incoming cyborgs. And don't worry about people doing this during the movie -- the game only lasts three minutes and is over before the film starts. Winning teams will get a poster of the movie, at least until July 2nd or while supplies last. The game is only playable in select participating theaters, the list for which you can find after the break.

  • New York (AMC Lincoln Square IMAX 13)
  • Los Angeles (AMC Universal CityWalk 19 with IMAX)
  • San Francisco (AMC Metreon IMAX 16)
  • Boston (AMC Boston Commons IMAX 19)
  • Dallas (AMC Northpark IMAX 15)

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