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Posts tagged “Fictiorama Studios”

Surveillance simulator Do Not Feed The Monkeys is out now

Humans are the strangest of all primates, as contradictory and panicky as they are creatures of habit. Fictiorama's darkly comical voyeurism simulator Do Not Feed The Monkeys implores you to merely observe and not interact, but you probably won't be able to resist pushing a few buttons here and there. Released yesterday and the latest in the growing genre of Orwellian panopticon simulators, Do Not…

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Do Not Feed The Monkeys (but definitely spy on ’em)

Do Not Feed The Monkeys [official site] is the newly announced digital voyeurism project from Fictiorama Studios. You might remember them from point-n-clicker Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, but this is more in the vein of exploring surveillance culture rather than the aftermath of an apocalypse. My main observation from the trailer is that as a UK citizen I cannot hear In The Hall Of…

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Feature: Tomorrow Never Comes

Dead Synchronicity – Tomorrow Comes Today review

Having been very excited based on the early demo build of point-and-click adventure Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today [official site], I couldn't wait to get my hands on the finished version a year later. But can it live up to its promise? Here's wot I think:

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Raising The Bar: Dead Synchronicity

John has already written about Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today. It's a promising point and click adventures so, try as we might, it was impossible to prevent him from singing the praises it was due when the project arrived on Kickstarter. With 18 days left on the clock and $30,000 to raise, the Kickstarter is still a good distance from the finish line in both…

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Just In Time – Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

There are times when I wonder if I've had enough of point and click adventure games. They were the most important games of my youth, and represent many spots in my top ten, but perhaps I'm after something new these days? Except, then I play a good one and I realise it's just because there's so much dross. From a place of no expectations at…

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