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MeritocraticIndividualism

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A game about gift, debt, egalitarian and hierarchical societal modes.
Inspired by an Intro to Cultural Anthropology class.
It's pretty brief. Just play around a little :)

Controls: Arrow keys, WASD, ESC (to return to menu), M (to toggle sound on/off)

PS: Apologies if this is pretentious as shit! Still finding my voice with games, and this is an older one of mine as well. Just uploading some old things to Newgrounds.

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Confusing Game

Had a hard time with the instructions, but I figured it out myself. Next time make instructions easier to understand. Background was strange but nice. Will have to check out more of your work. I do understand this is one of your older things.



neat concept

yay i took over the whole map.

i do think more instruction would be good. took me about 5 mins to figure out what was going on.



capitalism

I'm surprised people aren't getting this. It's the system that we live in everyday. Power is only possible by concentration. IE: power must be taken from the majority and concentrated on the individual in order to capitalize on one's neighbor. It's basically a game that highlights exactly what the Occupy Movement is protesting.
The communistic counter dynamic to the set-up would be a game where you try to balance power evenly across the grid.


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uhm?

I have no idea whats going on and I consider myself not completely retarted. A little more explanation might help. I'm guessing this is a good game?



what the...

this "game" is to confusing and practically impossible for me to understand. as for your instructions: use english! :(]


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3,525
Votes
281
Score
2.59 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 6, 2011
2:18 PM EST
Genre
Strategy - Other
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