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The Path We Take

The Path We Take is a first-person, psychological game that starts players in an unfamiliar environment, where a strange voice determines their fate through a series of questions.

The game takes a more abstract approach to the theme of Peace, not blatantly laying out its core till the very end. You wake up in an unfamiliar room, alone and confused. As you do, a voice noticed that you have awaken and introduces itself, telling you that it will ask you a few questions as you progress through the facility. Once done, the voice asks you to go through one of the two doors in the room. At this point, you can choose to follow the voices directions, or choose the opposite. Depending on your choice, one of the two doors open up, allowing you to move towards the next room and be presented with another two doors. The voice again asks a question, this time something vague and metaphorical, and one of the two doors open again depending upon the answer you give. This continues till the voices is satisfied and states that your fate has been decided. The final door opens, and you are greeted by the results of your choices made in the facility.
You can either be greeted by a good end or a bad end.

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The game is a resource management game, which revolves around the player managing a United Nations operated refugee camp in a region bordering a war zone.

Displaced refugees fleeing the conflict keep flocking to the camp on a daily basis. the player must provide them with the 3 basic needs of Shelter, Food and Healthcare. If the player fails to provide enough of any one of these 3 needs, the camps residents will start to suffer and die. If the total death toll rises beyond a limit, the game is over.

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You are appointed as an officer at the water management authority at village A. It is your job to manage the flow rate of spill way at the village A reservoir that provides the only water source to a downstream village B.

Village A depends mainly on fishing for its livelihood whereas Village B is primarily dependent on agriculture.

You manage the flow rate based on current dam capacity, weather forecast, upstream water rate, flood risk, drought risk, conflict risk and irrigation needs of Village A and in doing so you explore how your actions affect the social, political, ecological and economic stability of both communities.

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Fresh Off The Press

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