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Papers, Please

From the moment the plodding beat of the Papers, Please theme tune kicks in, it's obvious that something special is happening. You play as a border control officer of a small pseudo-Soviet state, checking people's passports as they try and gain access to the country. After each day you take home your meagre earnings and decide how to spend it to best look after your family, and then it's back to work the following day, where an increased challenge awaits you. As the difficulty level and the complexity of the bureaucracy rises, so does the frequency with which your morals are put to the test. Papers, Please asks tricky questions, and all you can do is follow your own moral compass and see which of the game's different endings that path leads you towards.

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