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Your Letter Has Been Rejected: A Buzzworthy Browser-Based Adventure Game

By Xueyang
Jan. 14, 2024 updated 06:56

The adventure game 'Your Letter Has Been Rejected' is gaining traction on social media for its high level of completion and engaging gameplay. Available for free play on browsers, this game invites players into the world of letter censorship, drawing comparisons to the acclaimed title 'Papers, Please.'

Created by programmer AZ., the game has been receiving positive feedback, with players expressing a desire for more people to experience it and comparing the satisfaction to that of watching a film. The game is being praised for its engaging and thought-provoking content.

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Set in the fictional country of Gurtzana, players take on the role of a censorship officer, scrutinizing letters sent to the neighboring Principality of Resnoria. Players must diligently read each letter, deciding whether to approve them with a green stamp or reject them with a red stamp. As the game progresses, players face increasingly complex challenges, including new inspection techniques like "burning out" to reveal hidden messages.

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The letters in the game range from heartfelt family messages to poems, disguised spy communications, and letters to school teachers. While the writers of these letters don't physically appear in the game, their stories are richly human, sparking players' imagination and empathy.

"Your Letter Has Been Rejected" offers a unique and immersive experience, now available for free in-browser format, bringing glory to Gurtzana.

Source: 電ファミニコゲーマー