Papers, Please, by developer Lucas Pope, is now available worldwide for the iPad on the App Store. The "dystopian documents thriller" has you playing as a checkpoint immigration inspector for an invented but quite conceivable totalitarian state of Arstotzka, in where the gameplay boils down to the player carefully examining and verifying the papers and papers of would-be border crossers. Yesterday the game, long available for PC, Mac, and Linux, ruffled Twitter's feathers when Pope tweeted:
The iPad version has no full nudity option for the search scanner photos. Apple rejected that build for containing "pornographic content."— Lucas Pope (@dukope) December 11, 2014
Now underwear enhanced (already an option for the game on other platforms), you can grab Papers, Please for $5.99 (25% off for launch weekend) from the App Store. I've already snagged it and am looking forward to spending time with this one this weekend.
Papers, Please requires iOS 5 or later. Compatible with iPad