Flat Earth Simulator – the reality is… in a science textual content e-book (pic: The Truthtellers)
Steam has a brand new contender for weirdest PC sport, with an interactive simulation of a flat Earth and all its (made-up) secrets and techniques.
Clearly it’s a joke, whether or not it means to be or not, however so far as we will inform Flat Earth Simulator is supposed to be a authentic sport, made by folks that genuinely suppose the world is flat.
If you’d like a fast trip in loopy city then we invite you to take a look at the Steam listing for the sport, which describes it as, ‘An interactive simulation of the day and evening cycle on a flat Earth’.
It’s unclear whether or not it has any conventional gameplay components (we’re not risking our sanity by taking part in it!) however apparently you’ll get to study, ‘why house programmes are faked and study in regards to the nice Antarctic ice wall and ascend into the best layers of the Atmoplane.’
The builders are referred to as The Truthtellers and if that is all meant to be some sort of parody or troll it’s probably not working if you happen to can’t inform whether or not it’s meant to be critical or not.
The ‘sport’ prices £3.99 and already just a few courageous souls have purchased it and posted a overview, and so they appear to be equally confused as to what it’s all about.
‘This sport is both for a sane particular person to snort at and benefit from the surprisingly nicely narrated items of ‘fact’ or for an precise blithering fool to stroke their ego to’, writes Rafalo15, who provides the sport 0 flat Earths out of 0 flat Earths.
‘I can also’t shake the sensation that it might nonetheless be somebody’s elaborate troll’, provides reviewer AuthorInkwell, who factors out that a whole lot of the nonsense theories would most likely make for an excellent online game or Dungeons & Dragons marketing campaign.
Flat Earth Simulator – you couldn’t make it up, oh wait! (pic: The Truthtellers)
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