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Spinnortality

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Spinnortality is a cyberpunk management sim. Grow your futuristic megacorporation and use it to control the media, manipulate social norms, cause riots, crash stock markets, topple governments. Become immortal. In this 6-12 hour turn-based management game, you will: Achieve immortality with cutting edge tech. Bribe politicians, spread fake news and rig elections. Build products such as metacritic for friendships, designer organs and an ‘auto-career’ service. Crash stock markets, trigger riots or topple governments. Pursue world-shaping agendas. Exploit specific cultures with targeted marketing. Use media control to warp culture or run PR campaigns. Spinnortality is set in a harrowing cyberpunk world where corporations are king. Nations have merged into massive, politically stagnant super-states. Some are so-called "democracies", some are dictatorships, and some are ultra-capitalist dystopic nations called "corpornations". In this world, the connections you make with the military, the political elite and hacker communities are just as important as your bottom line. As head of a global megacorporation, your first task is to make ends meet by selling products. Before long, though, you'll be manipulating politics, deregulating industries, launching black ops to destabilise the globe and advancing shady corporate agendas.
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James Patton
Publisher
James Patton
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://spinnortality.com

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
  • Processor: 2 GHz or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
  • Storage: 600 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.9 or later
  • Processor: 2 GHz or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
  • Storage: 600 MB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista or later
  • Processor: 2 GHz or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: Intel core i5 or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Spinnortality reviews and comments

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Revised Review: So, have now found the Time to deal a little closer to the Game ... And it's really difficult to describe this Game ... Right from now: I like it! If I should compare it to anything, I can think of 3 References: On the one hand, the game "Uplink" (although this is not a Hack Simulator) and on the other hand, the series "Mr Robot" (The Series was probably the Main Reason for the Purchase) and "House of Cards." There are a Lot of "GlobalStrategyGames" Out there (I include Games like "Civilisation" or "SuperPower." Their Fixture usually goes hand in hand with Politics, War and Diplomacy without going into what the Player actually is. Which usually functions as an undefined Meta-level in the Games. So something Godlike that clicks through the Millennia. That's a little different here in the Game. Here one takes over clearly defined the Role of a ice-cold, Human-eating Magnate who wants to ascend and go there over Corpses. Politics, Economy, National Borders ... All this basically doesn't matter except for the well-being of your own Company, but rather of the global Conglomerate (Similar to the Reality of Facebook [keyword data Collection or US Vote-rigging], Google [Keyword: Data Collection, Monopoly position], Apple [Keyword Child Labour and Mr Jobs, who has enabled modern Slavery in our Day and age, is set by us, society also a Monument in the Form of a golden Statue] etc ... You don't choose a Continent to protect. It doesn't really matter whether Europe is a Dictatorship or China is currently the dominant World Power, or the US is impoverished. We manipulate these Systems for one Purpose only: Our scientific Advantage ... And we have a Lot of Tools at our disposal (In the Game by Means of Skilltree, which we continue to expand over Time and thus have more and more Opportunities to intervene in the global event. The Immersion has really succeeded well. No Sooner are the first (well and detailed) Tutorials over and already you feel like a "Tyrell Wellick" or "Philip Price" From "Mr Robot" Also the syntetic, discreetly kept thrill music contributes an enormous amount to the Atmosphere. As far as graphics and user interface are concerned, the whole thing is so reminiscent of Uplink and also carries the good Atmo forward in a positive Sense. Of course, Triple A High-End Graphics are not to be expected here, but what is offered here for an indie title is perfectly fine and Is beautifully coherent throughout (Video and Screenshots give a good Impression of what to expect). Now, of course, from a moral Point of view, one can ask the question: Why do I play such a moral one? Answer: GTA, Far Cry, Fallout ... When I look at my Killcount when I've pulled it through, the Games are at least as reprehensible;) It's as much like "This War is Mine" or "Sheltred": It resonates alongside the Fun of the Game (should be the core element of every Game!) as Well as a certain Respectability. It's Social Criticism of the Consumer Zombies out there. I enjoy the Game Mega, even with the Knowledge that it covers more of a Niche. But If you feel approached by such Games, you should have a quiet place! It's just something else. In addition to the Praise Hymns, is there also Contra? clear! It's just repetitive in the Long run (But These are Far Cry, Mad Max and Survival Collection games too) Charging Time at the Beginning very long!!! It really takes quite a long time for it to load, without the charging status bar moving even one Pixel just before the End. So Patience, is not a Crash!!! ;) Overview goes a bit fluttering, you have to keep a little in Mind what you have already done where on which continent. Conclusion: If you want to let the Bad Guys hang out without a huge Arsenal of weapons and Muscles, you're just right who likes series like "House of Cards" or "Mr Robot" and is fascinated by the freezing Unpredictability of the Villains, has found the right Simulation here To give free Rein to his dark Soul!
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