Congratulations. The October labor lottery is complete. Your name was pulled. For immediate placement, report to the Ministry of Admission at Grestin Border Checkpoint. An apartment will be provided for you and your family in East Grestin. Expect a Class-8 dwelling.
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发行日期: 2013年8月8日

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3月19日

Papers, Please - Gamers Edition



Papers, Please - Gamers Edition


Welcome to your new position at Grestin Border Checkpoint. This is your inspector's kit. Study the rulebook, inspect the sample documents and use the stamps liberally. Wear the pin to signify your new status and hang the poster proudly.

In the box:
  • Papers, Please Steam key
  • Labor Lottery keyring
  • Arstotzkan passport & paperwork set
  • Set of Arstotzkan stamps
  • Glory to Arstotzka poster
  • Department of Labor suitcase
  • Approved stamp, Denied stamp & Ink pad
  • Inspector’s pin badge
  • Arstotzkan Immigration Rule Book

This is a one-off compilation that will never be offered again, so grab one while you can.

Only fabbed if funded! Please take a look and spread the word. Thank you!

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评测

“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

关于这款游戏

Congratulations.
The October labor lottery is complete. Your name was pulled.
For immediate placement, report to the Ministry of Admission at Grestin Border Checkpoint.
An apartment will be provided for you and your family in East Grestin. Expect a Class-8 dwelling.
Glory to Arstotzka



The communist state of Arstotzka has just ended a 6-year war with neighboring Kolechia and reclaimed its rightful half of the border town, Grestin.

Your job as immigration inspector is to control the flow of people entering the Arstotzkan side of Grestin from Kolechia. Among the throngs of immigrants and visitors looking for work are hidden smugglers, spies, and terrorists.

Using only the documents provided by travelers and the Ministry of Admission's primitive inspect, search, and fingerprint systems you must decide who can enter Arstotzka and who will be turned away or arrested.

系统需求

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 1.4 or better
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX Mountain Lion (10.8)
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 1.4 or better
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
    Minimum:
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz Core2Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Minimum 1280x720 screen resolution
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9.1 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月14日
由于我的工作类似于海关边检,自己就工作在类似的环境之下,所以玩得轻车熟路,无非就是像银行职员练习点钞一样,把工作当作玩了,每次玩这个游戏之前,我都会反问一下自己“我为何要玩这个游戏,天天工作还不累么!”
但是反过来我就是想玩,这种玩的好像工作一样的游戏反而到令人上瘾,令人欲罢不能,这简直就好像是强迫症一样。

好吧,请出示证件并说明你爱玩这个游戏的理由.....没有?那么,出去!

游戏的目的很简单,就是最常见的边境管理员,在机场你可能见过,在海关你也可能见过。他们每天的工作就是面对几千万名各式各样的人和各式各样的护照,然后啪啪啪地盖上入境签章,下一个~。

而这个游戏真的像你看到的边检那样各种计算机设备比对么,拜托,这游戏可是设定在198X年,那时候计算机、视频比对、数字化身份信息等玩意还是好像魔法一样的东西,大多数时间都是“手检”,各种证件上的各种数字根本就没什么数据库之类的玩意去对照,全凭各种证件的比对,这可怕的工作量令这个职业倍感压力。

游戏设定在虚构的东欧国家和周边几个国家,又是那个地区动荡的80年代末,各种思想混杂,有的地方开始了剧变,有的地方甚至出现武装冲突,国内不同的民族反目成仇,难民潮涌动,各路走私贩子、武装特工、造反派、难民、杂七杂八的人几乎让边检变成了一个高危职业,虽然国家和地点是虚构的,但是似乎都有一点那个时代的影子,而玩家所在的那个边防站与围墙又有一股柏林墙的味道。。

玩家扮演的是一个几乎是最底层的职员,糊口都成个问题,又要面对一些送上门来的贿赂,各路武装的威胁,高层的施压,难民们苦苦地哀求,各种普通老百姓的不理解甚至是咒骂和报复,是做一个冷面判官,还是一个见义勇为者,是手”脏“一点养活全家,还是”不为五斗米折腰“全家一起作死,是当一名地下豪杰建立一个新世界,还是一个五好官员成为旧国家机器的维护者,全凭玩家一念之间——或者就是一个印章来左右,孰是孰非,也许真不是一个”法理与情理“所能解释得清的。

游戏巧妙地利用了窗口前的各种人物的言行举止,以及每日的报纸,让玩家就在这三尺柜台就能以小见大地看到整个国家的动态,甚至你之前的行为也会导致整个历史的巨大变动,颇有一种蝴蝶效应的感觉,让玩家觉得自己就是这个国家历史车轮的一部分。

故事模式中,游戏的难度是循序渐进的,到后期就是一堆文件的比对,快速地记住几个国家的主要城市成了整个游戏的最低限,否则在不开启每日20元补助的简单模式的前提下几乎连自己家都养不起,更别提专心地去经历各种突发事件和游戏情节了,因此如果不开启简单模式游戏还是颇有难度的。

音乐和画面方面,永远铿锵的节奏,带有一定斯拉夫风格的音乐时刻让玩家提醒着那个动荡的年代,画面虽然几乎可以用一坨涂鸦来形容,但是配合冷色调和简单地言行,活灵活现地表现了那个压抑和充满灰色的年代。

容量几乎只是某些大作的一张帖图的大小、画面几乎可以用16色来形容,毫无任何语音,就是这么一款游戏却有着极大的深度,发散而深邃的剧情,随着玩家的意愿变动的分支,几乎可以说这就是一份真正的佳作,也是一份让普通人能够理解底层机关工作人员辛劳、而不是去肆意谩骂的佳作,更是一个玩家思考人生的佳作。

Glory to Arstotzka !
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有 1 人觉得这篇评测很欢乐
13.5 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月31日
整体创意不错,讽刺性很强的高级黑作品。对证件进行的验证是游戏性部分,每天都有变化所以是一个不断升级的过程,不会枯燥。而故事的描述通过特定的人和事来进行,并且你在其中做出了选择,这就指向内心的道德观,同时你很容易感觉得到背后作者在黑什么。

可以引发思考,可惜带来的震撼感不强,选材的几个故事还是略显单薄了些。
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2.5 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:1月2日
这游戏有点搞笑,但后面好难啊。。。后期特别考眼力。。。感觉要眼瞎了
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8 人中有 7 人(88%)觉得这篇评测有价值
10.9 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月27日
停留在上个世纪的8bit画面,重复低沉虐心的BGM和诡异的音效,构成了这款游戏的主体。而真正令人啧啧称奇的是它独特新颖的游戏机制。扮演一位来自20世纪80年代一个虚构的东欧社会主义国家的边境检察官,说白了就是一天到晚面对着一位位过境的人,看他们是否携带违禁品,护照是否过期,领工资然后养家糊口的三点一线生活,家里更加混乱,你需要靠你那微薄的收入去养活你的妻子,儿子,岳父,还有那个时不时来你家蹭饭,或者带着几个婊子来你家睡上几天的叔叔,而当你在一夜之间非法暴富的时候随意挥霍也有可能被邻居举报披上牢狱之灾。而在主角的工作方面,游戏对细节,人物的刻画就更为优秀(也可能是奇葩),你会遇到被逼来卖淫的女孩要求你帮助他,还有一位持有假护照的父亲苦苦哀求你通融让他入境与他多年未见的女儿团聚。。。。但是游戏中的时代是一个动乱不堪的年代,你通常会遇见自杀式袭击的暴徒,或者把枪或者其他违禁品塞到肛门里面过境的杀人犯,有时候甚至还会直接面对一个C4炸弹,然而这些知识表皮,游戏里安排这些,也是从一定政治层面上映射了上个世纪的一些国家,比如“土高联”,可以从护照上看到国家的标志是一只熊,不难想象,暗示的是前苏联,正是通过这些政治映射,再次又把游戏升华到一个新的高度。你会发现你的敌人不是所谓的高官权贵恐怖分子和什么所谓的规章制度,而是生活,你需要在这个贫穷而且思想极为专制和统一,法律极为严峻的国家中保证自己和家人的生存,而这可能正是开发者真正想表达给玩家的寓意。
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19.9 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月11日
点阵画风 搭调的色彩和音乐

虽然看似乏味 每天重复着同样的工作 但玩起来并不觉得无趣 因为每一秒都在期待着会遇到什么人 发生什么事

你可以看到许多有血有肉的小情节 有时候甚至会谜之感动 或者说触动
尤其是当他们拿着不齐全的证件 祈求你放他们得救的时候 其实我也很无奈 我也需要养家糊口啊

不过有时候也会有些逗比来调侃你 算是平衡了许多吧XD

总之就是这样一款充满着残酷和冷幽默的游戏:3
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7.8 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:1月1日
玩了几天《Papers, Please》之后,我对政府办事大厅里面的工作人员多了一分理解。当你成为官僚机构的一个齿轮时,才能明白官僚主义的意义和弊病,才能体会到法理人情、道德利益的冲突。惟愿社会继续发展,政治制度日益健全,这样的矛盾越来越少。
游戏内容说实话是很枯燥的,但又从朴实无华中透出灵气,堪称教科书级的难度曲线和事件设计让人欲罢不能。
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8.7 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月31日
很值得一玩的游戏,整体代入感真的不错,就可惜对英文水平要求有点高了,不过这并不影响这款游戏的表现,很满意!
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2.3 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月12日
阿什托兹卡
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9.0 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年11月28日
Arstotzka is BEST country!
Passport Not needed
Right?
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5.0 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:1月1日
>Hot Lady comes up to booth
(Found true love)
>Gives passport
>Gender is stated as male
>Screens her
>Very hot woman is a very hot guy

-Denied-

10/10
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14.2 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:1月5日
Few jobs are more soul-sucking than sitting at a cramped desk and shuffling paperwork for hours on end. Now imagine doing that in an Eastern Bloc country during the height of the Cold War, with low pay, bleak conditions and the constant threat of being fired or worse if you screw up.Tedious, boring and stressful. Ideal subject matter for a video game, no?And yet Papers, Please is an unforgettable experience. It's been dubbed a "paperwork simulator" and that's not entirely inaccurate - but it's truly a game about freedom, power and how fleeting and illusory each can be.Papers, Please is an independent game designed by former Naughty Dog programmer Lucas Pope and it casts players as a border checkpoint officer in the fictional communist country of Arstotzka. Your job is simple, at least in concept: examine the documents of people who are trying to get into the country, and determine whether they're eligible for entry or should be turned away.At first it's as easy as checking criteria like passport expiry dates, and rejecting paperwork that's invalid or forged. But before long, Papers, Please becomes a tension-filled juggling act, as you're cross-referencing work permits with identity cards, making sure the applicant's weight matches the value on their entry papers, checking fingerprint records and sometimes doing full-body scans for drugs and weapons.Every new day adds new rules to follow and new layers of complexity, from making sure applicants' vaccinations are up to date to applying a draconian extra level of inspection for citizens of a rival nation. And every time you let mess up, you lose the money you'd have earned for properly processing that batch of paperwork.To give the game a sense of grim consequence, your wages are tallied up at the end of each day, from which you must pay for rent, food, heat and medicine for your family. There's almost never enough money for everything... do you let your family go hungry in order to keep the heat on? When both your wife and son are sick and you can only afford medicine for one, who gets it?Despite the retro-flavoured visuals, the act of shuffling virtual papers is actually surprisingly tactile, and spotting a discrepancy and slamming the "denied" stamp down on a person's passport imparts an odd thrill of power.But not all decisions are clear-cut, and the game has 20 different endings depending on how things unfold. Do you let a man's pleading wife into the country, even though her paperwork isn't valid and the money it will cost you may mean you can't feed your family that night? Do you deny passage to the man who you suspect is a human trafficker, even though all his documents are in order? Who is behind the enigmatic organization that wants to overthrow the government, and do you dare get involved with their cause?With a deluge of big-budget, high-profile games on the horizon, it might be easy to overlook a quiet, unusual game like Papers, Please. But don't do that, comrade. The consequences would be dire.
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5.0 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月1日
Jorji is the best.

Day 3:

[Jorji]: Ok! Here we go!
[Jorji]: Glory to Arstotzka!
[Jorji]: The greatest country!
[Inspector]: Where is your passport?
[Inspector]: A passport is required.
[Jorji]: Passport!
[Jorji]: Arstotzka so great, passport not required.
[Jorji]: Right?
[Inspector]: A passport is required.
[Jorji]: Ok, ok. I hear you.
[Jorji]: I come back again.


Day 4

[Jorji]: Ok! Hello again! [gives a fake passport]
[Jorji]: Now I have passport!
[Jorji]: Arstotzka still best country for sure!
[Inspector]: This passport is crude fake.
[Jorji]: Hey now! Is not true!
[Jorji]: Is pre-approved!
[Inspector]: Cobrastan is not a real country. [Real one is named Cobrastan]
[Jorji]: Ok, ok.
[Jorji]: You no like passport, I understand.

Day 15

The second entrant on day 15 drops the bomb onto the inspector's desk, shouts "DEATH TO ARSTOTZKA!" and runs away.

Calensk: The Guard

[Calensk] What is going on?
[Calensk] Oh. Hah.
[Calensk] What is this amateur ♥♥♥♥?
[inspector] Should we evacuate?
[Calensk] For that little thing? No of course not.
[Calensk] Just disable it. Open the cover.

After opening the cover:

[Calensk] Stupid ♥♥♥♥ing terrorist.
[Calensk] Could not even add a display.
[inspector] What should I do now?
[Calensk] This is the poorest bomb I ever see. A simple mind created this.
[Calensk] Just cut the wires in order.

After cutting the wires:

[Calensk] Ok, all done. Back to work.
[inspector] We should close the checkpoint.
[Calensk] ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. I need to earn money today.
[Calensk] Give bomb to me.
[Calensk] I sell materials and give you cut.

After being given the bomb:

[Calensk] What a piece of ♥♥♥♥.
[Calensk] I doubt it is even worth much.
[Calensk] Call the next immigrant.
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有 2 人觉得这篇评测很欢乐
18.2 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年11月30日
Pros:
- Best ost ever, sorry Hotline Miami
- You can random search and red stamp Kolechians
- You can green stamp people from Kobrastan
- Stealing passport to refugees who are struggling for survive
- Arstotzka best country
- Jorji is love, Jorji is lifeAnd has plenty of drugs!
Cons:
- What is passport.
- Ministry of Admission giving you a Recognition for sufficience.

Best distopian document thriller ever!
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53.9 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月22日
I was amazed at how much fun I had actually "working". It's kind of an old school graphics game,so if that's all you're into, this game is probably not for you. In this game it's all about noticing the detail and staying on your toes. The actual story of the game does not last all that long but it can be some trial and error figuring out how to get things done correctly and learning how to make things quicker for yourself so you can make more money. It also helps to memorize things as well. You also have some moral decisions to make to either help someone or make life easier for yourself. I have nearly 54 hours logged on this game although some of the time is AFK time. I also have all the achievements as well, it's not too difficult to get them all.
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30.1 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月24日
East Grestin, 1982

Here comes that weird guy again. The one in the red sweater and with the crooked smile always plastered on his face. It's the third time already, this month.
I look at him through the glass as he waves at me in an oddly familiar way that makes me feel a little bit awkward.
«Old friend hello! I am back again! This time everything set!». His voice is loud and cheerful as he speaks, and I just can't help but wonder what the heck is wrong with him. There's nothing to be so happy for in this rotten place, you old geezer.
«Papers, please» I simply say, ignoring his greetings.
He grins while handing me his brand new passport. I chuckle. Definitely better than the last one, at least this one is not pre-approved.
«So this time you're from Obristan, I see, Mr... Jorji Costava? Is this even your real name?».
His grin grows even wider and he starts laughing again.
«You a funny guy. I didn't like Cobrastan that much anymore. Obristan sure is a better country». He speaks with a tick foreign accent that makes me wonder where he is really from.
«Cobrastan isn't even a real country, in the first place» I point out matter-of-factly. «Where's your entry ticket?».
His smile fades a little.
«Arstotzka so great, we don't need an entry ticket!».
«This is the same thing you said last time about passports. I'm sorry, an entry ticket is required». I hand his passport back.
«Wow, you run very strict border here». He puts his paper back in the pocket of his trousers, shrugging. «That is good. Do job right. I look for entry thing and come back».
Before leaving the booth, he stares intensely at me.
«You a good guy, but I have business in Arstotzka. I see you soon». He waves me goodbye and then disappears in the crowd, with that big careless smile on his face.

*

I keep staring at the ceiling of my bedroom. Afterall, it seems I can't really sleep at all tonight.
I can hear my wife coughing weakly beside me. The doctor said it's just a cold, but she's getting worse day after day. I'm slightly worried.
Our son is sleeping in the next room, the only one lit by the sun in the morning. He is turning 7 next week. I'd really want to buy him a special present for his birthday.
We are currently living in a small apartment provided by the Ministry of Admission, here in East Grestin. The rooms are small and the heather doesn't work half the time. On top of that, our neighbours are awfully nosy. Living here is not that great, but there's really nothing I can do about it.

*

A week has passed since Jorji Costava last showed up. Maybe he is having a hard time finding a fake entry permit. Maybe he just gave up. Quite unlikely.
The siren's ringing, another day of work is starting.
A tall figure silently enters the booth. He's wearing a green hood and his face is hidden behind a grey mask. I'm about to call the security, but he gently slides a paper note under the window and starts staring at me.
«There's no much time, be quick please». His voice sounds young- he's probably younger than me- and unusually relaxed.
My hands are shaking and I don't even know why.
There's an odd symbol drawn on top of the card, a star-shaped one. I slowly open the note and start reading. I can feel the masked guy's staring gaze on me.


ARSTOTZKA IS GREAT COUNTRY POISONED BY CORRUPT LEADERS

WAR HAS MADE GOV'T GREEDY AND PARANOID - YOU HAVE SEEN FOR YOURSELF

HELP US FREE ARSTOTZKA FROM ITS SHACKLES

+ THE ORDER OF THE EZIC STAR


I'm in a cold sweat.
I look up at the masked guy, I'm at a loss for words.
«Our agent are ready», he helds out his hand, eyeing the card. «Starting tomorrow. Let them pass».



In Papers, Please you play as an immigration inspector working for the Ministry of Admission of Arstotzka in East Grestin. Your job is to check on people trying to enter Arstotzka and decide who can pass through the border and who has to be denied or even arrested.
Most of the time, your decisions will lead to a different ending (not always a good one!).
Choose wisely, the destiny of Arstotzka, your family and many other people is in your hands.


Pros:
-Well written dystopian setting
-20 different endings
-Lovely retro graphics
-Jorji Costava
-Great plot and sub-plots
-Shooting terrorists from your inspection booth since 1982
-Did I already mention Jorji Costava?


Cons:
-Maybe old school graphics are not everyone's cup of tea (I personally love it though)
-Stamping visas and check out papers will probably sound boring to someone
-There's no "Escape to Obristan with your newfound best friend Jorji" ending

Papers, Please is hands-down one of my favorite games. Be sure to give it a try, you definitely won't regret it.
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发布于:2014年11月28日
"Passport says you are a male"
"Passport is right"
"Face the scanner please"
Zap Zap... photo comes out
This lady has a wiener!!!!!
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The gameplay is border control tedious paperwork. Verifying if different entries are coherent, checking for frauds or typos, asking people to provide more information. And then deciding if you let them through or not.

I have very little empathy to pixels, so I thought this was going to be easy. I would just accept people whose papers are fine, and then refuse people whose papers are not right even if they are dying and need an organ transplant.

But then the game got to me. There is so much more going on than just the little story of the person that comes to meet you. One person will tell you about another. Will give you something for another. Will try to bribe you, and you need the money to keep your own family afloat. There are events going on in the game's world, and it is subtly told through short sequences or short news reports.
I have to give a file to a spy. Someone else comes, and tells me that he is also a spy, and the next person looking for the file is a bad guy. He gives me another file so I can switch for the fake. Which file do I choose to give, who do I trust?
And then I start to care. A girl tells me that her abusive boyfriend that beats her up and might end up killing her is coming. His papers are alright, but I still refuse to let him enter, and get a salary sanction for my decision. The game won, I was not just proceeding as if they were pixels and I started to make moral choices and get invested in my role.

This game is not exactly "fun", but it is Art and worth trying to anyone that wants to see maturity in the video games medium. Very original, meaningful, and really well crafted.
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- Terroist Goes over border to throw bomb
- Gets No-scoped by Inspector
- Glory to Arstotzka Mother-truckers

second Senario:
- lady shows up to Border with a ID card
- Passport says she is male
- *interogated* "Are you male or female?"
- "It is what Passport says"
- *Searched*
- Girl has a Dong
- Accepts Passport
- Glory to Arstotzka

10/10 It was ok
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You shall not pass !!
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Do I recommend this game? Does the pope ♥♥♥♥ in the woods?? I got this for my daughter, mainly, expecting crap. In fact, I'd had it for quite some time but nobody has ever bothered with the game....after all, how good can a game that cost (probably) about £100 to create be?

Well, me and my daughter fired this up tonight. We'd just put my lad to bed, at 9pm, after playing LEGO Marvel and was looking through what I had installed, so I could give my daughter the same amount of time on the PC as he did, to make it fair. I suggested she try it out as there was no point putting on a massive game for the sake of 60 minutes. Holy 'nards, was I wrong?? Before we knew it, and even bothered to look, it was 11:45pm. The time, literally, flew by.

I'm disabled and I was stood up at the time, (wife took all furniture when she left), because I have very limited seating, at the moment, that can cater to my needs and am usually getting fed up about 15-20 minutes of not being sat down with agony in my back as well as my legs. Admittedly I gobbed a high dose of morphine first but I didn't even get fed up of standing. I was stood over her shoulder watching her play and it ended up with us both doing it, asking each other to choose option A or option B or just to arrest the scumbags that were trying to get through!!

10/10 DEFINITELY recommend this game. I expected fossilized mammoth crap and was rewarded with the Hope Diamond.....So much ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ed fun!!
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