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The Squid Game comes as a filter to Instagram | Digital Trends Spanish

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The popularity of Squid game has reached Instagram, in the form of a filter that allows you to recreate the game of red and green lights with other people.

The operation of this filter is super simple and basically it is a minigame in which the front camera is used to put the user’s face on a character dressed in the costume of the contestants of the series.

By blinking, the character moves; when the blinking stops, the character stops. But following the guidelines of the game that is seen in the series itself, you have to stay still when the giant doll in the background turns its head or otherwise, the game is over.

Fortunately, the Instagram filter is more harmless than the events that are recounted in the production, in which the participants are not only eliminated from the game but are also basically eliminated from existence.

The filter of the Squid game is available to anyone who wants to try it (and share their experience on Instagram stories) and was created by a studio in Singapore called Hesitate, which is dedicated to designing augmented reality experiences for social networks.

The successful production of Netflix has given rise to both this augmented reality game and other more bizarre situations: in South Korea, an internet provider sued Netflix because of the high increase in traffic caused by the series, which has been translated into higher costs for the company.

It is worth remembering that The Squid Game It does not exist on Google Meet nor is it based on a true story.

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