The Global Defense Network has released its proprietary training simulator to the public. Charged with defense against aggressive extraterrestrial activity, the GDN has begun to seek out gifted individuals to assist in its efforts. To that end, the formerly classified simulator used to train GDN Agents has been released to the public.

The GDN training simulator measures a variety of ability scores, ranging from general aptitude to aggression level. The GDN administration staff has already begun an international recruitment effort and if you meet their rigid standards, you will be contacted directly. Get the game, test your skills, and see if you are good enough to be a GDN Agent.

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In popular fiction and conspiracy theories, alien is a term that is often used to refer to life forms, especially intelligent life forms, that are of extraterrestrial origin, i.e. not coming from the Earth. Prime examples of how aliens are viewed are found in the movies Alien, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Signs, and Independence Day. A peculiarity of this usage is its anthropocentricity: when humans in fictional accounts accomplish interstellar travel and land on a planet elsewhere in the universe, the local inhabitants of these other planets are usually still referred to as “alien,” even though they are the native life form and the humans are the intruders. In general they are seen as unfriendly life forms. This may be seen as a reversion to the classic meaning of “alien” as referring to “other,” in contrast to “us” in the context of the writer’s frame of reference. [Wikipedia]

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