Anyone else enjoy these? Papers, Please being the obvious reference material, but I'm talking about anything where you have to deduce decucing deductions from or to paperwork.
I ask because the new Floor 13, Floor 13 Deep State
came out a few days ago and it's scratching that itch very well. It's a little buggy still as it's only just released, but they're getting on top of things quite quickly. I've waited 25+ years for a sequel or remake so I'm like an incredibly obese pig in shit.
I played Not Tonight
where you're cast as bouncer at a series of pub and clubs dealing with checking IDs and time to get a certain amount of people in to the venues before closing time. Set in a horrible post-Brexit Britain I thought the idea was great. It was a bit let down by the execution as it seemed to go on forever, and I soon lost interest after having to juggle numerous queues for VIPs and normals.
I thought Beholder
would be a dob-em-in simulator too, but the pressure of having to manage your residents while ruthlessly blackmailing them to cure your increasingly ill daughter meant that any choice you made that wasn't the most self-serving irrelevant. Perkies did a good review of it
Would Obra Dinn
count? I loved it. Considering you're filling out an insurance report I think I can elbow it in here.