Motorola’s Spotlight Player, available only for the Moto X, serves you interactive films stuck somewhere between being as involving as a game and as passive as a movie. Motorola’s first “Spotlight Story” came out late last year with the name Windy Day. The film, created by Ratatouille director Jan Pinkava, tasked players with moving their Moto Xs around to find items and trigger parts of the experience. Now another story is available by the name of Buggy Night (this time directed by animator Mark Oftedal), and it works much the same way.
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Motorola Debuts New ‘Buggy Night’ Interactive Film Available Exclusively For The Moto X was written by the awesome team at Android Police.