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Big Brother has arrived – and it’s you | Osmotic Studios. August 9, 2016, 0 thoughts We have been working in silence since we first presented our studio debut project Orwell to you in June 2015. Today, we are proud to present our massive progress since then and finally announce that Orwell will be released in late 2016. With the support of the awesome guys from Surprise Attack Games, who are now working together with us as a publisher for the game, we are delighted to present the official trailer for Orwell: Big Brother has arrived – and it’s you. Orwell is a new governmental security program that has the power to survey the online presence of every person in The Nation.

Selected from thousands of candidates, you are Orwell’s first human researcher. But are these people really terrorists? Investigate the digital lives of citizens. Invade the private lives of suspects. Determine the relevance of information. Secure the freedom of the Nation. Find the game on Steam:


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Then I feel it – a strangely comforting change in texture under my feet. Holmes is a regional campaigns officer in London for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). But many of these textured pavements are also passing messages to sighted people as well – without them necessarily realising it. Bumpy ride Among the most striking examples to appear in towns and cities around Britain are the ladder and tramline patterns that mark the start of shared cycleways and footpaths. Steering drivers. Volume, by United Visual Artists. Making Giant Graffiti With Lasers.