Not talking about game mechanics, because there is only your message that matters.
Firstly, you assumed me, the player, and my character, virtual manifistation of my choice as a very bad person. Thank you for your assumption, but let me decide my own decisions, please. I didn't see in AnCap philosophical manifests something that goes against gay marriages nor don't I have beliefs people shouldn't do it. If I take place of real anarcho-capitalist, I'll probably bake the cake because it gets me profits (actually, it would make my business very profitable since I'll going to be the only baker which profits from gay couples, but i'm only assuming it by a number of bakers which doesn't bake cakes for gay couple).
Secondly, you can't refuse there wouldn't be any types of altruism in anarchist societies. THAT'S NOT POSTAPOCALIPTIC NOR POST-WAR with a lack of some resources, in fact altruism and charity can exist in capitalistic society - it doesn't matter whether it controlled by state or not.
Mostly, it was my own thoughts which i made behind my choices. But when I made my choice I found out that game actually doesn't provide you anything from AnCap nor Anarchist society. I made my choices, but game refused it with some excuses made by you, the developer which in fact contradicts with my own thoughts. In fact, i just watched you making choices in that game, and of course, you rigged choices to conform your thoughts. Let's be honest, if you providing different choices, you should provide different choices or just make character going with predefined ones. Oh, you said something about "message"... I assume you want to say "your choice is just an illusion" but eh, it's you who made my choice an illusion, and i'm in right to ask: why? Why can't I feed gay couple with my cakes? What happens if I do? Why you not allowing me to do that? Why you acting as an actual state government in this game? Where is AnCap society which you promised me in your title and descriptions? Do you know what AnCap stands for?
P.S. please don't provide communism as an example for your response as you did in your last ones. Communism is unrelated in this topic.
this game kind of makes sense and dosent at the same time: it says being a slave is your own choice which i oppose but when you grovel or ignore the guy who controls the police banks e.t.c its like you have no choice but to work for him which is confusing, but at least it has medals
Just like Communism it's the illusion of freedom.
Alternative title: Slippery Slope, the game.
Not even an AnCap and I don't agree with most of what they say, but this is such a watered down and oversimplified version of the whole ideology and the entire message I got from it is "if you don't bake cakes for gay people then slavery will be legalized". And the whole part where it gives you the illusion of choice is completely contradictory to the entire idea behind AnCaps, where you have freedom over your own decisions.
You literally watched an hour long podcast and thought you knew everything about anarcho-capitalism. That's not how it works, and it's not "thought provoking" like all of the positive reviews seem to think it is.. Also it looks like ass, and I know you're capable of better sprite work than this judging by your other submissions.
But I'm sure you'll just accuse me of being triggered and not bother to even read my comment once you see the rating. Half a star because I'm nice.
Like I've never heard this argument before.
"That's not how communism works."
"That's not REAL communism!"
You are the one who needs to sit down and do their research.
For the most part, this presents a thought-provoking political argument in an easy-to-understand way. Nicely done.
...But it seems a bit odd that the starving (dark-skinned) child is named Ooga Booga. Stereotyping much?
Also, the medal system's a tad buggy; resisting the 'Owner' at the end got me the same medal as not resisting the Owner.
I was giving this "demonstration" 5 stars... but then I replayed it and watched closely the beginning part. You made the point (you suggested) that in democracy we must let gay people marry between eachother...(as anarchy doesn't care about them) No. I'm so glad my country forbids gay marriage to the last drop of blood.
Anarchy would mean everyone sleeping with everyone, no matter of gender... chaos, you know? I don't know if you understand what I have to say. But the other things are very well thought about and pictured.