If you're stoked to see what promises to be one of biggest films of the year then you can start building up to it right now. Check out all the Tron: Legacy sites you need to know to get you going after the jump... Tron: Legacy the long awaited follow-up to Disney's 1982 video game classic (watch that trailer here) isn't out until December, but the online campaign for the movie is a role-playing viral that's gathering pace and unlocking lots of extra elements of the storyline.
If you're stoked to see what promises to be one of biggest films of the year then you can start building up to it right now. Here's our guide to all the sites you need to know to get you going:
This campaigning site is maintained by activists who believe that software genius Kevin Flynn is still alive despite reports that he has been missing since 1989. Lots of shorelines and new sites spin out from here.
Homage to the arcade games of the early 80s. Go here to spot 56 video games hidden in a city scape - winning connects you to other Tron: Legacy sites.
A cheat code from Arcade Aid allows you access to the intranet of Flynn's former employers and the makers of Flynn's legendary games.
Last month, this site - which rotates a random set of code numbers - revealed a sample of the soundtrack by keen helmet wearing French techno geniuses, Daft Punk, and was previously the first place where the trailer for the movie was aired.
Last week, this online role-playing entered the real world when a mock announcement by Encom that they were relaunching the Space Paranoids game on the internet was sabotaged by protesters, including someone jumping from a helicopter in full Tron gear.
For the fully committed the Flynn Lives board at alternative reality gaming site Unfiction provides links to all the latest events and postings on the numerous fictional Facebook pages that are also part of the sprawling Legacy campaign. Although may we caution you that becoming too active in the Tron-nerd scene may lead you to to go the heroic lengths of internet icon Jay Maynard (aka the Tron Guy).
Tron: Legacy is in cinemas from 17 December.