I don't see why a bunch of people are butt hurt over the whole Buddhism thing it clearly says in the description "You're a suspected terrorist in an unfair interrogation. Answer questions. Don't forget." So yeah of course the "interrogators would be biased in their views. It just amazes me how critical people can be of a simple game like this.
Gonna try this game out after reading all the feedbacks, particularly religion lol. I also love the writer, hes here interacting with his fan base with humors and satires, a rare treats. Long live dystopien gov! Not Rome through, they crucified an once illegal religion without interrogations. Savages
I really enjoyed this game. The dystopian story was really interesting, and I was on the edge of my seat seeing the 'Incident' unravel. It constantly gives you a sense of uncomfortability, the rapid-fire questions really do make an impact on you, and it can get very challenging trying to remember every minute detail. I absolutely loved it - however I feel as if the reports at the end of a game can get really repetitive. I've only ever found two outcomes - Indefinite Detention and Execution. If there could be some form of different outcomes, it would 'indefinitely' make the game much more replayable.
This is a really interesting game. I think it achieves everything it means to. It's not scary, per se, but it does make you struggle to remember your lies. Your first answer to a question can be anything they let you give them, but it has to match later. And they ask stranger and stranger questions...
Its a great game except that it shows a bad light on other religions like Buddhism. And saying Christianity is an approved religious belief? Wow, I didn't know people approve beliefs now and suspects someone whos not of the approved religious belief. If you could change that part and leave the religion biasness out I would have given this game a five star.
Very interesting game. The only thing I wish I could see in it is a way to "win" with certain strategies. If I could blame something on a familiar I could just get 5 years or if I proved that I'm innocent enough then they let me go when I don't answer correctly. I've just played a few times and I'm between 40 and 50 every time but the fact that I always get indefinite detention doesn't make me want to achieve more questions. Great game overall! Loved the graphics and minimalist game play. You do feel you're getting interrogated.
- NEW BRIBE: Premium lets you customize your interrogation experience
- Provided an escape to a happy place
- Bug fixes and improvements
- Interrogation Protocols: New questions can be delivered without an app update.
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