A handheld visa applicant game for your browser #Diplomacy #Gaming @dukope
LCD, Please is a browser simulation of an LCD handheld game. You are a border control officer, presented with various people at a window along with their passport pictures (and optionally other papers). You need to approve or deny their visa based on looks (and papers). A very similar function to an embassy/consulate consular officer.
The Ministry of Pocket Electronics has developed a cutting-edge simulated hand-held training tool, “LCD Please”, to sharpen inspectors’ wits.
It’s a good game of both Memory (does the applicant look like their picture) and scanning details. And the developer is celebrating the game’s 10 year anniversary.
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