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Watch Tom Payne & Sam Neill in the Mindgamers trailer



Starring Sam Neill (Thor: Ragnarok, Peaky Blinders), Tom Payne (The Walking Dead) and Melia Kreiling (Tyrant, Guardians of the Galaxy), in MindGamers (previously called DxM), a group of brilliant young students make a scientific breakthrough: the creation of a wireless neural network, connected via a quantum computer and capable of linking human minds. Transferring motor-skills from one brain to another, they engender the first human shareware. Freely spreading this technology, they see it as a step towards a new equality and intellectual freedom. But they soon discover that they themselves are part of a much greater and more sinister experiment, as dark forces emerge and threaten to subvert this technology into a means of mass-control.

The trailer has been released and you can watch it below.

The release coincides with an ongoing, global gaming tournament hosted by Red Bull’s Mind Gamers platform, which develops the themes at the heart of MindGamers.

Combining online and real-world global gaming events, the ‘Mission Unlock Enoch’ challenge, which launched in October 2016 and runs through early 2017, taps into the escape room phenomenon whilst providing a competitive space for curious minds to challenge themselves.

The specially designed chamber for ‘Mission Unlock Enoch’ and its puzzles are based upon the film’s mind-bending themes and provide a unique way to enter and explore the world of the movie, ahead of its theatrical release in 2017.

The ‘Mission Unlock Enoch’ ultimate challenge evolves from a global online single-player game, through multi-player real-world qualifier events across 75 global locations, to a final Escape Room Championship Final – the first of its kind – on March 25th 2017 in Budapest.

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