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Black Shades

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Black Shades
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Type(s)
Video Game
Wolfire Games
Mac OS 9, macOS, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux and iOS
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Black Shades was a game developed by Wolfire Games, and was one of the winners of the UDevGame 2002 contest, out of about 40 contestants.[1] David Rosen aimed for a much simpler graphical style than in GLFighters and Lugaru in order to complete the game within the deadline.[2] The player controls a psychic bodyguard who is tasked with protecting a VIP from a horde of zombies, snipers and other assorted would-be assassins.[3]

It is available on Mac OS 9, Mac OS X,[4] and Windows. A Linux port was also created by Zacharia Slater.[5] The game was also ported to the Apple Inc. iPhone[6] and iPod Touch[7]

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