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Sep 16, 2008 | 7:13 PM EDT

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Create and defend the common knowledge from the vectorial class. Liberate the passive consumers from the domain of the market.

Notes:
The game can be won and is intended to be short, don't complain about it :-)

Reviews


GnomeInMyPocketGnomeInMyPocket

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 7, 2010

sorta

This game's message is very clear but I play for the action not the message :P not!! It's just that the actiony part isn't really there for me.



IsaacikonokaIsaacikonoka

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars November 6, 2010

meh

interesting game, but that gets lost in the absolutely stupid controls, or should i say lack thereof. you barely dictate where the ideas go, and the closest i came to winning was actively letting them become consumers.

so overall, meh.


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AnxiositousExemplarAnxiositousExemplar

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 30, 2010

Badly made point or ingeniously hidden message?

So I played this game yesterday, thought it was alright, didn't bother to comment and got on with doing other stuff. But later on it popped into my head again, and something struck me. The player is the only one in the game that protects ideas AT ALL. In fact most of what the player does in this game is actively supply consumer demand and greedily protect their ideas from the people in the outer circle, who want to steal your ideas and share them amongst themselves, and you convert consumers to your way of thinking not by giving them ideas, but by depriving them of receiving input so that coming to you is their only option. Maybe I'm over-thinking this, but it seems to me that this is a game where you play as one of the greedy, fat corporations.

So- Badly illustrated point or ingeniously hidden message? I can't tell.


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botchanbotchan

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 25, 2010

NICE

It's difficuly to fight against the system, though...!:)
And hooray mediterranean programming, yeah



JesusdiedLOLJesusdiedLOL

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 15, 2010

PEOPLE FAIL

THIS GAME IS GREAT!
It was intended to be played with a message in mind, not the game alone.
Your gameplay (who ever you are) sends a message itself

GROW A BRAIN


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