September 7, 2012 7:30 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
Nevermind will hopefully be the first biofeedback-enhanced horror game anyone has ever played and is already a very ambitious student project asking for our support via IndieGoGo, where $25 will get anyone (yes, shockingly, anyone at all) a full version of the game. But "what does biofeedback-enhanced actually mean?" I pretend to hear you ask. Well, apparently, the game will have you wearing one of those USB heart-rate sensors that will allow it to estimate how scared you are. Interestingly, to actually win it, you'll have to stay calm as the higher your heart-rate will raise the more difficult Nevermind will get.
Yes, the idea does sound pretty wild and it would definitely be something worth exploring. You know, if only to support the struggling heart-rate measuring thingies industry.