A man named David Reynolds has found an innovative way to put online chat website Chatroulette to use by creating an IRL first-person shooter game and inviting unsuspecting Chatroulette users to play, all the while recording the proceedings.

According to Reynolds' caption for the YouTube video, he and his set team "... created a live action first-person zombie shooter in our garden – then invited unsuspecting people on Chatroulette, Omegle and Skype to take control...."

In the video, unaware soon-to-be players stumble upon Reynold's screen, where he entreats them to "just press start."

To control Reynolds' actions in the IRL FPS, players yell out actions at him, among them hitting a man dressed as a zombie with a lead pipe, finding the casual rocket launcher, and investigating "whatever the hell that thing is."

Check out the trailer for the FPS below.


Reynolds also created a follow-up video for a "behind-the-scenes" look at the making of the FPS. Check it out.


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