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Hello people I know and people I do not know, people with whom I have interacted at some point and people who happen to be here for a random reason involving boredom.  I have gathered you here so I can say one thing to your face before (some of…? Anyone hopefully?) you figure it...

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'Middle Manager of Justice' Is Just Like Your Real Life. With Superheroes.

Posted on Wednesday, September 5 @ 13:15:43 Eastern by sara_gunn


Have you ever wished your games were more like real life, where everything is tedious and tasks are mind-numbingly repetitive? Have you ever played a really cool game, full of superheroes with superpowers, and thought, “Wow. That was fantastic. The only thing that’s missing is the same soul-crushing feeling I get when I’m stuck in my cubicle all day?”
 
Then I’d like to introduce you to the World of Warcraft, where the monotony of a white-collar job is disguised as a game! Wait, sorry. I mean you should check out Middle Manager of Justice, a new management game for iOS. Here, the responsibility of saving the world is mixed with all the problems of real life, and you’re the one in charge of it all!
 
Okay, end sarcasm, because I’m actually a little excited for this game. Normally I wouldn’t give a damn about some boring management B.S. on my phonethough, to be fair, Game Dev Story kept me entertained for more than a few hoursbut I’ll play anything made by Double Fine. Yes, this game is from the same studio as Psychonauts, a game that will always be part of my pantheon of gaming glory. If Middle Manager of Justice has the same sense of humor as the aforementioned masterpiece, it will be plenty rad, despite its humble form.
 
Now, I can has Android port? Please?

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