Papers, Please 1.0.12
Device: iOS iPad Only
Price: $ 7.99 -> $ 5.99, Version: 1.0.12 (iTunes)
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A dystopian document thriller.
The award-winning, critically-acclaimed border inspector game, now for your iPad.
"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."
◉ Best Game of 2013 – The New Yorker
◉ Best Game of 2013 – Wired Magazine
◉ Top Indie Game 2013 – Forbes Magazine
◉ Best Strategy & Simulation Game 2014 – BAFTA
◉ Grand Prize Winner 2014 – Independent Games Festival
◉ Excellence in Design Winner – IGF 2014
◉ Excellence in Narrative Winner – IGF 2014
◉ GameCity Prize Winner 2014 – GameCity
◉ Cultural Innovation Award 2013 – SXSW
◉ Best PC Game 2014 – LARA Game Awards
◉ Innovation Award – GDCA 2014
◉ Most Innovative 2014 – Games For Change
◉ Best Gameplay 2014 – Games For Change
◉ Best Game of 2013 – Ars Technica
◉ Best Game of 2013 – PC World
◉ Best PC Game of 2013 – Destructoid
◉ Best Story of 2013 – Destructoid
… and more
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.
Includes the complete original game with all 31 days and 20 endings. Also adds unlockable multitouch support for faster paperwork, an enhanced inspection mode, Game Center achievements, leaderboards, mid-day resume, and more.
This game contains mature themes, non-photographic nudity, and brief moments of pixelated violence.
Fixed startup crash on iOS 10.