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The Thing
Game Description:Black Label Games' third-person adventure starts where the movie leaves off. A team of American scientists residing in the Antarctic are unwittingly exposed to an alien creature that lives in any living organism. After the creature kills off most of the scientists, the remaining two men decide to blow up the entire camp to keep wipe it out completely. Players take on the role of a specialist Search and Rescue leader who's been sent to uncover the mysterious deaths of the previous US team. Players explore the destroyed station and fend of creatures while facing several dynamics, such as handling the freezing cold and a trust/fear system.
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  • DICE 2009: Universal's Pete Wanat Talks Licensed Games, Superman, And More!

    Although he's a huge fan of the Boston Red Sox, I adore Universal's Pete Wanat. Every developer working on a game-based movie license should take a look at Wanat's work. From The Thing to The Chronicles of Riddick to Scarface, his games are outstanding examples of what licensed titles can be. During DICE 2009, Pete and I chatted about his...

    Posted February 24, 2009| 6 Comments

    DICE 2009: Universal's Pete Wanat Talks Licensed Games, Superman, And More!
  • The Thing Trailer

    Posted: March 5, 2002

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