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Blacklight dev making Kinect game?

"Zero person shooter" to use Unreal 3.

The developer behind downloadable FPS Blacklight: Tango Down is working on a Kinect title, according to a pair of online resumés.

As spotted by Twitter tipster Superannuation, two Zombie Studios employees mention the game on their CVs.

One, posted by a C++ programmer, states that it's a single player, on-rails "zero person shooter" that's been in development for five months.

Another resumé, this time from a lead game/level designer, states that it's for Kinect and is being built using Unreal Engine 3.

We've been in touch with Zombie in the hope of gleaning more information and will update if it's forthcoming.

Earlier this year Zombie confirmed it was also working on a free-to-play sequel for so-so 2010 shooter Blacklight: Tango Down. The studio was also behind Konami's two Saw games.

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