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Old Spice- Job Interview

As part of the Wolf inspired Old Spice campaign, this is a nice spin on the webcam interactive piece.

You need to stare out your interviewer without blinking or moving your eyes, as increasingly obscure objects invade your peripheral vision.

It's written with lots of humour and the eye tracking is really accurate.

Shame you can't out stare other players though.

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    We all want the job interview in the markets. Most of the professionals want to give the suitable interview to get the handsome job from the market. After that the professional can easy to earn handsome money from the market.
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