Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Every Day The Same Dream

Every day the same dream

One of the best games I’ve ever played; Every Day the Same Dream is a really short and awesome game that works as a critic to current job policies and work environment, where the worker can be fully trapped by the routine and become a slave of it’s job leaving behind all little joys of life.

The cool thing about this game is that it has 6 different endings (listed by the lady in the elevator):

  • Sit in your cubicle.
  • Walk up the stairs and jump.
  • Get out of your car, walk to the next scene, touch the cow, get into your car and then into your cubicle.
  • Get out of the elevator, go left and talk to the homeless person.
  • Get to your job, but wait until the leaf fall off and pick it up in mid-air.


Your wife is gone, the lady on the elevator is gone, the homeless guy is gone, no cars on the street, your boss is gone, you coworkers are gone as well, the only person left is you… at the top of the building, at the end of the roof, and jumping when you come close… awesome.

Moral of the story: Putting work before family, or even yourself, doesn’t assure that you’re not going to be alone in the future. Enjoy the little things or else you’ll be left out.

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