Assuming the interface is halfway decent, this could be the definitive version of the game. I’ve found that using the mouse to go through documents was a little jarring.
If Apple’s censorship issues have not yet been resolved, this cannot be the definitive version.
Ah, good, Apparently, the nudity is back in
“We have created, for the first time in all history, a garden of pure ideology—where each worker may bloom, secure from the pests purveying contradictory truths.”
The Apple as it exists today is more likely to be the subject of the 1984 ad than the creator of it.
pests purveying contradictory truths."
“The truth is, you don’t want to use your ipad for your personal use. You want to use your ipad in the service of botnets, and you want your ipad to leak data like a sieve.”
If you haven’t played this and have an iPad, play this game.
It is horribly depressing and incredibly brilliant (that’s…kind of praise, right?).
The tablet format is also probably ideal for the gameplay.
I’m going to try it now.
Odd that there wasn’t a link to the game in this review or the New Statesman review. Here it is: http://papersplea.se/
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