This is the first weekend that Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is out in regular theaters, and if you haven’t had a chance to see, it’s definitely worth your money. You can read our full review here, but if you want to join IMF yourself, then we have two missions for you, if you choose to accept them. Find out about about some new interactive websites for the fourth Mission: Impossible film after the break.
First up we have WhoIsCobalt.com, where via Facebook, you are framed for being the terrorist Cobalt featured in the film. The interactivity is pretty much nil, as all you do is login through Facebook and the video animation uses that information to personalize the story. In the end you get a black and white saturated copy of your profile that has “Disavowed” stamped on it. With the click of a button, that photo can go to your Facebook or Twitter page. It’s pretty neat, but very simple.
What may be more interesting for those looking to kill time is MI4 UK subpage Deep Zoom. Deep Zoom is a game that has you taking surveillance photos of an exchange of nuclear codes in Dubai, slightly mimicking the storyline in the film. There’s one large picture that you explore and zoom in to find your targets. It’s pretty fun, plus you unlock clips from the movie with each successful target, along with character information.
There is also an official social game for the film on Facebook, so check that out if you like those kind of games (I don’t).