is an unique and experimental concept of video game:
What you do in the game becomes reality!
Jesse Fox, a sneaky drug smuggler that works alone, is finally caught by the police and jailed by the well-known judge Stevenson. His fate seems to be sentenced, but a mysterious organization, code name "Afraid", manages to free him. As a exchange, Jesse will have to work for them for a year.
In the game, among other characters, you will play the role of Jesse Fox, working for the Afraid organization distributing their drugs. You will have to manage to deliver in time the drugs, substances and other stuff they tell you to carry.
Do this in the game and, thanks to a secret system that connects the game to the reality, the same actions will take place in real life.
No receiving emails, or having to search anything in real webs. Your actions will be executed in real life by some people whose identity can't be revealed.
How it works, who is involved and what does it will look like are going to be unveiled on the KickStarter campaign, the 4th of April of 2018.
Windows XP or later
2Ghz or faster processer
2 GB RAM
512MB VRAM (NVIDIA GeForce) There can be problems with INTEL graphic cards
250 MB available space
To play normally, screen must be no smaller than 1280x720. Best resolution is 1920x1080. There can be problems with INTEL graphic cards
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