GamesEthics: Journalist's Way

Ethics: Journalist's Way

Game overview

Swipe left or right to comment on events in the Shaodor Republic. Choose allies wisely and beware of reactions, threats, and bribes. Shape the future of our country.

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As a copywriter and gamer, let me introduce you to a thrilling game where you take on the role of a political leader in the Shaodor Republic, a country in turmoil. Your objective is to give direction to the agenda and lead the country out of the crisis it is currently facing. The game is designed to test your decision-making skills as you swipe the cards left or right to comment on the events that come to you from your reporters and assistants.

The Shaodor Republic is no stranger to chaos, and as a player, you will witness the bribery, immorality, and scandals that have brought the society to its knees. But amidst all this, there are victims who need your help, and a government that is willing to fix things. Your comments and decisions hold immense importance because they can uplift the people or cause them to stumble further. It's a power that needs to be exercised with caution.

As you navigate through the game, you'll come across people who won't agree with your views, and some might even try to pull you down. But, if you stand for what is right and just, your rise to power will be unstoppable. That said, you also need to be mindful of your alliances and foes, as they can make or break your journey to the top.

The game makes it a point to expose you to the very real threats, reactions, and bribes that exist in the political arena. You cannot undo what has happened in the past, but you can shape the country's future. The strategic decisions you make will determine the outcome of the game. It's a matter of survival, a matter of legacy. Are you up for the challenge? Play now and find out.
Developer
WahWaves
Release date
Dec 25, 2018
Price
Paid
Categories
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Survival
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Single player

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