Papers, Please!, which gives the gamer the experience of being a bureaucrat in an oppressive Communist country forced to determine if people crossing the border are simple immigrants or enemy agents.
As the press of people increase, the lines blur, and the player may find himself taking bribes to support his ever-dwindling budget, detaining the innocent and letting smugglers, drug dealers, terrorists and political activists go free. "Using only the documents provided by travelers and the Ministry of Admission's primitive inspect, search, and fingerprint systems you must decide who can enter Arstotzka and who will be turned away or arrested," states the developer.
The main single player game lasts four hours, over the course of 31 in-game days, with 20 different endings depending on your performance. The game also comes with three special modes: Timed, Perfection, or Endurance. Players who finished the campaign also unlock the Endless mode with a special code.
Gamers interested in picking up Papers, Please! can do so from the official site , which has links to Steam and GoG, among other sites.