Steelers have a new favorite game: Steelers Game Theory
Steelers fans have been dreaming about a game that combines the most popular video game genres and lets them play in the background.
On Sunday, the team announced the Steelers game theory team, led by veteran game designer Jeff Stein.
Stein, who grew up playing Atari video games, said the team wanted to “challenge ourselves” with a game about something that people actually play.
The team is also working on a series of games that will be shown during preseason games.
Steins’ game theory group is working with former Steelers cornerback Stephon Gilmore, who has been a big supporter of the idea.
Gilmore said the idea came to him while he was playing a game of chess on his phone with Stein, who is also a professional chess player.
The Steelers are not only trying to create something new, but also challenge itself, he said.
“We’re trying to challenge ourselves,” Gilmore said.
“The idea that we can play chess or chess against the best player in the world, I mean, we’ve tried it.
I mean we can do it in our heads.
It’s just a matter of getting out of our heads and trying to think about it in real time.”
The game theory game concept is a game Stein and Gilmore designed in their spare time during the summer of 2016.
They had a lot of fun and the results showed the players were right on target.
The Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XLIX, a victory that set the tone for the team’s run to the Super Bowl in 2017.
The game theories will play in Pittsburgh on Monday.