Last
August, former Naughty Dog developer Lucas Pope released a nifty little game
called Papers, Please. A rather grim puzzle-simulation game in which
the player assumes the role of an immigration officer and literally does
paperwork, it was released to critical acclaim and received nominations in
several categories at both the 2014 Independent Games Festival and the 2014 BAFTA
Video Games Awards, winning the “Best Simulation Game” category in the latter.

Now, Pope
has announced that his award-winning title has managed to sell 500,000 units,
despite being available only on PC, OS X and Linux. Will you push that number
even higher?

Source: BBC

No
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You can contact me at [email protected] Hello, my name is Nikola and I'm Gamnesia's Content Director. My job on this site involves managing all our weekly content, and ensuring that they have a timely release date, but I also contribute with the daily news grind and the occasional editorial. I've grown up with video games, but have only recently taken an active interest in writing and discussing them at a deeper level. My history with games has been very Nintendo-focused, but my tastes have changed a bit over time and I now mostly do my gaming on my PC. If you're interested in my work, you can read a small selection below: Assassin's Creed Unity And The Death of 30 FPS Games Are not Ready to be Art The Rise of PC Gaming: How Valve Conquered a Digital World How Fear of Change Set Console Gaming Back

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