Papers, Please has submitted its passport, work visa, and a letter of employment to the App Store and has been granted access to allow iPad owners to visit the land Arstrotzka starting on December 12.
The title’s creator Lucas Pope confirmed the game would be making its way to iPad on Twitter earlier today. Papers, Please has players assuming the role of a border control agent as you constantly attempt to allow in those who are legally permitted to immigrate to Arstrotzka, while turning away those who aren’t allowed to enter. This means you’ll have to turn away not only desperate immigrants, but also those who are knowingly looking to enter the country illegally for other purposes.
Pope didn’t reveal much outside of the game’s release date as we don’t have a price tag for the title yet, although the title is currently priced at $9.99 for both its PC and Mac versions. You should likely expect Papers, Please for iPad to be priced either at that price or close to it.
Daniel Perez posted a new article, Papers, Please immigrates to iPad on Dec. 12
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