Conspirocracy (Windows)

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Conspirocracy is a point-and-click adventure game that draws its inspiration from Douglas Adams' 1987 game Bureaucracy. Set in the somewhat exaggerated rendition of Toronto, Canada, the game follows the struggles of David Poulson in his attempts to re-establish his identity as a genuinely-born and still-alive non-non-person. Pitting himself against government bureaucracy, this task takes Poulson all the way to Chickenistan and back, and into the heart of the administrative secrets of modern-day nation states. For what reason would his government place him outside of all the societal structures in the first place?

Apart from traditional adventure gaming, Conspirocracy's gameplay includes a number of satirical mini-games, ranging from managing the stress level of Poulson in the course of his adventuring to poking fun at JRPG fighting conventions. The game features fully voiced dialogue, and a built-in hint system.


Conspirocracy Windows Poulson's apartment in Toronto
Conspirocracy Windows Main Menu
Conspirocracy Windows David Poulson receives a letter in a cutscene
Conspirocracy Windows Many types of locations in Toronto for the player to visit

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Acadia Terminal (710) added Conspirocracy (Windows) on Mar 20, 2016