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Big Brother has arrived - and it's you. Investigate the lives of citizens to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks. Information from the internet, personal communications and private files are all accessible to you. But, be warned, the information you supply will have consequences… Orwell is a new governmental security program that has the power to survey the online presence of every person in The Nation. It can monitor all personal communications and access any computer. To preserve the privacy of citizens, human researchers examine the data Orwell finds and decide which pieces of information should be passed on to the security forces, and which should be rejected. Selected from thousands of candidates, you are Orwell's first human researcher. And when a terror attack rocks the Nation's capital city of Bonton, Orwell, and you, are immediately put to the test. Starting with a single person of interest, youll help the security forces build out and profile a network of potential culprits. But are these people really terrorists? What does the information you reveal to Orwell say about them? What if you find out things about them that not even their loved ones know? What is the real price of maintaining the security that the Nation is yearning for?
Orwell is hard to compare with other games, because I haven't discovered such a game concept in my collection of games yet. In Orwell, the same program called 'Orwell' is used, and after attacks in the fictitious city of Bonton, the events are investigated...
by searching websites for information on suspicious persons and then uploading them to Orwell. More and more information spins a web to other people and their machinations. You have to consider from time to time which source you know to be true, so you can start thinking about which 'Datachunk' you want to upload now. The story is very well written for us, is well accompanied and supported by the soundtrack. Later in the game you can read chats, listen to phone calls and even browse suspects' computers and cell phones. The topic of the 'Transparent Man' is more explosive and topical than ever, especially in times of mass data storage and NSA eavesdropping scandals. Orwell captures it all very well and packs it into an exciting package. One little note: The game is in English only . Since you have to read and understand a lot of texts, you should have a solid knowledge of English in order to understand the fun of Orwell. br>
Otherwise I can only highly recommend this game! !
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