To quote the website: “The objective of the game is for players to rapidly improve their FPS skills based on sound training principles, in order to become more competitive at any online multiplayer FPS, such as Quake Live, Halo and Call of Duty. Skills will be directly transferable from our game to other FPS’s.”
With a simple graphical style, the ability to become a coach, and metrics showing you where you suck, FPS Trainer may just be the first browser game of it’s type.
The game arrives in beta form this coming January, and is planned for a full release in April. You can check out it’s pre-Alpha state right now.