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When you think of a Tachyon, Insta-matic or other physics-based device that can adjust its trajectory to meet a specific set of criteria, the first thing you probably associate with it is your smartphone. However, these devices are not actually Tachons; rather, they are just thought machines that come with built-in software circuits running on them. In other words, they are ballasts – little electrical things that when put in the right position help raise the ground level of a room or keep people from getting carried away while playing a musical instrument.
You’ve probably heard of it a million times, Tachyon energy is the Japanese word for “tension” or “pressure” and it refers to how objects move or respond when they are put under stress. It is the force that someone exerts on an object to make it cooperate or resist. Depending on the situation, you may see everything as a Tachyon beam. Sometimes people call them telekinesis, other times they’re known as tranqs (pronounced like AT hon es), or just tapping.
The universe is wonderfully, mercifully, and paradoxically filled with simple yet heart-wrenching questions. How can we know? Who can answer them? What if…? We don’t really know what the future holds for us. But at the same time, it’s also a beautiful place to be. When you find the answers that you need on this Earth, it’s even more special. The best way to discover that is by playing a game of Tachyon, or an Alternate Reality Game.
Hyperball Tachyon is something very special going on with the Tachyon glider and midair maneuvering of space,time and matter. The Tachyon glider has a unique ability to take you into the heart of space where no hand-held device, camera or computer can reach.
How to play Hyperball Tachyon
Controls Arrow Keys / WASD = move Space / Z = dash Controllers Support