This blog post will focus on the game rules of Simulation Mindy, and the opening narrative.
Apollo Drake is an ambitious quantum computer scientist from a post-human word, with a vision to create an experimental simulated human society. Join him as he pitches his idea to Big Science for funding and makes various ethical and practical decisions related to the construction of this experiment . . . assuming, of course, that humanity survives long enough to make this happen.
This game is a one-player experience. The player begins on the first page of the narrative and follows the prompts to move through the story. At the bottom of most pages are several options from which the player can choose the direction of the story. Effectively this game will teach the player to use it.
Source: Simulation Mindy
As the inside story grew progressively more intense and…
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