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Análises de usuários:
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Data de lançamento: 8/ago/2013

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“Buy, study, and share this game as an example of video games as true art.”
BUY – Ars Technica

“..it is absorbing, brilliantly written and causes you to question your every instinct and reaction - both in the game and in real life.”
9/10 – Eurogamer

“Papers Please is a fantastic idea, beautifully executed.”
8.7/10 – IGN

Sobre este jogo

Congratulações.
A loteria de outubro foi concluída. Seu nome foi selecionado.
Compareça ao Ministério da Admissão no Posto da Fronteira de Grestin para relocação imediata.
Um apartamento será providenciado para você e sua família em Grestin Leste.
Glória à Arstotzka.



O país comunista Arstotzka terminou uma guerra de seis anos com o vizinho Kolechia e reclamou sua metade da cidade de fronteira Grestin.

Seu trabalho como inspetor de imigração é controlar o fluxo de pessoas que entram na parte de Arstotzka da cidade. Em meio à multidão de imigrantes e visitantes buscando por trabalho estão contrabandistas, espiões e terroristas.

Usando apenas os documentos fornecidos pelos viajantes e os sistemas primitivos de inspeção, busca e verificação de digitais do Ministério de Admissão, você deve decidir quem pode entrar em Arstotzka e quem será recusado ou preso.

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP or later
    • Processador: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: OpenGL 1.4 or better
    • Armazenamento: 100 MB de espaço disponível
    • Outras observações: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
    Mínimos:
    • SO: OSX Mountain Lion (10.8)
    • Processador: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: OpenGL 1.4 or better
    • Armazenamento: 100 MB de espaço disponível
    • Outras observações: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
    Mínimos:
    • Processador: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Armazenamento: 100 MB de espaço disponível
    • Outras observações: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
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MegaBearsFan
( 15.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Please read my full review at my personal blog:
http://www.megabearsfan.net/post/2016/06/27/Papers-Please-game-review.aspx

Exerpts from review:
"Papers, Please is a funny little game in that it is so dedicated to its theme that the game actually does start to feel almost like a real job. You have to click and drag to open up documents, sort through papers, check dates, make sure the document was issued in a valid city, and so on. It's a lot of mundane work, and if you miss any little detail, then you have an omniscient boss who will print out a citation. I quickly came to anticipate the sound of a citation being printed with a Pavlovian anxiety after sending applicants through, even for the ones whose documents I thought I had thoroughly checked. You get two warnings before your omniscient boss starts docking your pay, which keeps constant pressure on you to try to be as close to perfect as possible. Paying for this game is almost like paying for a second job that you, yourself, don't get paid for. And it's kind of a crappy job, at that."

"But even though the job you're simulating is a crappy job, the game isn't crappy by any stretch of the imagination. The mechanics are fairly simple and straightforward. You just click and drag to shift papers around on a desk surface, and click to turn pages. If you notice something in one document that violates a rule or contradicts with another document, you press a button to highlight the two contradictory items and then click another button to question the immigrant about it. You then line the passport underneath an "approve" or "deny" stamp and then drag the documents back to the immigrant to either let them through or send them away. It reminds me of the interrogation segments of L.A. Noire distilled down into an entire game. Except that it manages to avoid the ridiculous tone shifts and somehow manages to create a more natural and engaging process with the possibility of genuine failure."

"You shift from following simple procedures, to following more complicated procedures, to eventually making judgement calls and moral decisions. It's all very smoothly integrated and creates a growing escalation of tension and stakes as you have to balance your own individual budget with the demands of your government, the bribes of a mysterious insurrection organization, and the requests of the people who you are supposedly trying to serve. As you're playing this very simple, small role of checking passports at an immigration checkpoint, an elaborate story of war and political tension slowly reveals itself and escalates around you."

My only complaint is that it could maybe use a better tutorial, as the interface does take a little bit of getting used to. Other than that, this is an outstanding game that I highly recommend.
DTC910
( 5.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Man comes in with papers.
Says he is immigrating to live with his wife
Good for him!
Check his passport
It expired a week ago
Denied

10/10 Glory to Arstotzka
overlordzorgon
( 8.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
i got this game 3 days ago and have spen 8.3 hours on it. it is so fantastic and the fact that at first it looked boring YOUD BE SURPRISED, if you think it will be boring i tell you now it is NOT and you should give it a go!
Gabrielowow
( 4.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Muito divertido o jogo, mas chega uma hora que enjoa, muitas informações para checar.
Talvez seja pq eu não tenho muita paciencia, é aquele ditado: vamo faze oq né
VictorMaxx
( 9.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
This game is depressingly addictive. The atmosphere is dark yet it has some comic relief with the dialogue. The difficulty curve is not too steep and the rules that you have to pay attention too are gradually added so that you don't get overwhelmed too quickly. Once you get later on in the game, though, prepare for some tense moments.
daCookius
( 6.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Working my usual job, you know, at the border.
The next person in line comes up with his papers.
He hands me the papers, and I start skimming through, doing my job.
Reading to myself, "Marco Hoshi - a Kolechian, here for work."
Still skimming through his papers, I find something in his passport number.
I start reading it, " UCX47-" I started reading the next part, and gasped.
"-UCUNT"
I take his passport and immediately stamp his entry visa with the "DENIED" stamp.
No one with that attitude makes it through my booth, Marco.
No one.
Cauks
( 12.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
glory to arstotzka
★★★★★★(SSS)Pazi
( 6.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Friend told me about this.
I bought it.

This game is oddly satisfaying!
You control and check and try to find every issue, deciding wether or not the person is allow to pass the arstotzkian gate.

Also there is jorji. Jorji is life. Jorji is Love.

10/Jorji
JackalRelated
( 12.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de junho
Papers, Please.

Here. :
NAME: JackalRelated
GAME COUNT: 67
STEAM LEVEL: 12


Reason for entry?

To give a review.

Duration of stay?

As long as it takes.

Your game count does not match our database.

It's cause I just bought 3 ga-

One moment please.

What is this? I just wanted to tell you the game is great!
Glory to Arstotzka even!

NEXT!
Nuno of Astora
( 1,557.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de junho
Glory To Arstotzka.
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UMA VERDADEIRA OBRA DE ARTE!
O jogo mostra o cotidiano na fronteira de um país com um regime totalitarista da região do leste europeu onde as pessoas recebem apenas o suficiente para sobreviver(na verdade muito menos que isso)

Você vai se ver em diversas situações diferentes desde ajudar na revolução contra o regime de seu país até escolher se vai gastar seu dinheiro com alimentação ou remédios para sua família.

Utilize armas quando necessárias, lide com terrorismo, tire raio-x das pessoas que vão cruzar a fronteira, se você vai deixar as pessoas passar com documentos falsos ou até mesmo contrabando é uma escolha sua. Todas as suas ações terão consequências no decorrer dos dias.


Falta no jogo ainda a opção de jogar com o joystick. O que facilitaria em muito a velocidade de comandos para quem não gosta de usar mouse e teclado. Também seria ótimo uma versão em que o tempo do jogo fosse menos acelerado, o tempo é seu maior inimigo no jogo.

O jogo contém diversas conquistas.

O grande bônus de Papers, Please é derrubar o mito que "jogos se medem por seus gráficos"

Vale cada centavo investido! Diversão garantida!

Gráficos 10
Som 10
Controles/jogabilidade 7.5
Diversão 10

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É um jogo simplesmente maravilhoso! Nele você sempre se questiona sobre qual decisão tomar e isso te leva a caminhos distintos, dá pra perder várias horas pra explorar tudo o que o jogo tem para oferecer.

Diversão 10/10
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Produto recebido de graça
Eu adooooro este game!
Do que se trata: Você é um 'inspetor' de um posto de imigração e você controla a entrada de todos! Verifica se o passaporte é válido, se está vencido, se o documento de trabalho é falso, se a altura na identidade está correta (sim, já tomei penalidade por conta disso! hahaah!), etc. E, no final de cada dia, você recebe uma quantia em dinheiro para pagar suas despesas diárias (vai chegar ao ponto de: pagar o remédio do seu filho ou deixar sua família passando fome, por exemplo).
Você tem várias possibilidades de "fim".
Vale cada centavo!!
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Played with a mate while drinking.
Made a replica rule book on scrap piece of paper to process faster.
Reached 18 Checks in one day.
Realised East/West Grestin = East/West Germany.
Played as fascists.
Son is sick far too often.
Did not pay for his medication.
Died on his birthday.
Had enough money for level 5 apartment.

10/10
Glory to Arstotska.
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I imagine this is where the UK is headed after the Brexit. Too soon?
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"Papers, please."
[See a discrepancy]
[Ask to the owner of the papers]
"That is new to me."
"Denied!" * pop *
[Person goes away]
"NEXT!"


Papers, Please is the one of the best game I've ever played. You and your family are moving to Arstotzka, a fictional country in the east Europe, and you are responsible for monitoring the border.

With the 'simple' premisse to verify fake passports, you must to be attentive, any miss and you will be notified and after two notifications, the next will be deducted from your paycheck. Still, you need to pay the bills, like the house rent, heating, food for your family and, if necessary, medicines.

The best part of the game is the immersion, you feel like you are in the game. At any time, a unexpected event can happen and you must to do something - will you let pass a woman that, if she returns to her home country, she will die? Or how you react if a misterious guy needs your help? The game has several endings. Any choice that you do, it will influence throughout the history.

Papers, Please is a unique and indispensable game.
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I must congratulate Lucas Pope for being able to turn a mundane task into an entertaining experience. Never in my life I would have guessed I'd someday enjoy to examine passports and permits.

However, I am probably one of the few people not able to see a deeper message to this game. Ok yeah, dictatorship sucks, but we all know that. It doesn't really give you another point of view in the matter. Also, I did not feel some sort of conflict. If I deny someone, so what? There's one point in the game where you know that if you deny the woman ahead of you, she will be killed in her country. That's the only time you may feel a dilemma. I never thought I'd say that and I'm really sorry to do so, but the problem here is the graphics. There's just a bunch of pixels in front of me, not displaying any emotion whatsoever. I don't know what's wrong with me since everyone seem to be able to feel empathy toward those characters, but I really didn't care about her. It was a spoiled opportunity to make me infringe the strict rules of my country.

Also, the other side of the dilemma is supposed to be your family. If you don't do well your job, like if you accept someone that you shouldn't, you won't provide enough money to make them survive. This would be great if I felt attachment toward my family. The thing is that the only time you "see" your family is between two days, on a static screen that displays "Mother-in-law", "Uncle", "Wife" and "Son". Yeah, you don't get to see them, and you don't even know their name. So what if "Uncle" die? Will I grieve?

As much as I love minimalism and believe graphics are not what make a game good, this game really would have benefit from better aesthetics. Regarding its emotional impact and its political statements, there is room to improvement.

In the end, I still recommend it because I love it very much as a GAME; sadly, it will not be more than that for me.
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--PROS--
' Way more fun than I had anticipated.
' Replay value is quite high.
' Great for those who want to focus.
' Perfectly executed.
' No glitches/bugs.
' Requires a keen eye at all times.
' Bulletin changes daily, so expect everything.
' Decisions are hard to make, such as: money, working with EZIC, granting access or denial, and some others.
' Music fits the atmosphere like a puzzle.
' 20 different endings which require being careful/aware.
' Terror attacks and checking those for weapons and/or contrabands.
' Wanted criminals add another element of alertness.

--CONS--
' The 'Unlimited' mode is extremely boring.
' The only persuasive story was the man and his murdered daughter - everything else left no impact.

9.5/10.0
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Great and addictive game!

Papers, Please is a point & click game in which you are an immigration inspector at Grestin border checkpoint in the communist state of Arstotzka.

You must check the documents of people who want to cross through the ckeckpoint.If you notice that the document(s) contain invalid information(or if they don't provide a necessary document),you must inform the person by highlighting the discrepancy with the inspection tool,then clicking on the interrogate option.Then,depending on the case,you can either deny access or detain them.Or if they have valid papers,you can allow them in the country.

The game is divided into 31 days.After you finish a day,you must manage your home expenses(like rent,food,heat,medicine and some booth upgrades).At home you have your wife,son,mother-in-law,uncle,and niece(if adopted later in the game).They get cold,hungry,ill,or die, if not provided with the above home expenses.

The game has 20 different endings,which can be achieved by making choices like helping/ignoring a mysterious organization,working dutifully,and other ones that I don't want to spoil.During the game you'll also be required to do some moral decisions,for example denying or allowing in the country a mother with invalid papers who is excited to see her son.

Pros
  • Good soundtrack
  • Addictive gameplay
  • Nice pixel-graphics
  • Many outcomes based on choices
Cons
  • Multiple playthroughs can be repetitive
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