Internal Vigilance

by Simon Christiansen profile

Science Fiction
2005

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A slightly futuristic game about moral choices and terrorism, February 3, 2016

In this game, you play an interrogator of a terrorism suspect. You can be quite cruel as an interrogator, leading to some interesting moral choices for the player (do you identify with the government, or the terrorists?). After this, the game opens up more into a type of spy thriller.

The version that I played was reasonably well-polished. There were no major bugs that I could find.

It has 9 different endings depending on how your moral choices play out. I only got one real ending and several death endings.

It has some memorable NPC's, and uses the ask/tell system of conversation.