Here’s one for anybody who’s paranoid, but not so paranoid that they won’t allow a giant TV corporation to install some programming on the constantly-active tracking device they permanently keep in their pockets: Fox has announced that it’s releasing a free mobile game based on its ever-resurgent X-Files franchise.

Somewhat hilariously, the app’s title is staying right on the cutting edge of modern conspiracy thinking, boasting the name The X-Files: Deep State. (The X-Files: Why Doesn’t This D.C.-Area Pizza Place Have A Basement? apparently being a little too on the nose.) Besides giving David Duchovny fans a place to express their deepest Ellen-based anxieties, the app looks like a pretty standard modern mobile game: some find-the-object stuff, a few light puzzles, and cartoon versions of all your favorite characters. (That’s one way to get around Gillian Anderson’s upcoming departure from the franchise, we guess.)

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The app launched today, for free; more chapters will be available for downloaded in coming weeks, according to Fox.