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OK Boomer: The Game
"OK Boomer: The Game" is a text-based, "choose your own adventure" style role-playing game. Play as an American Baby Boomer and... *Lecture your kids about the importance of menial jobs on the brink of obsolescence! *Take climate change very, very seriously *Dismiss the need for technology *Ask your kids for help with technology *Solve every geopolitical crisis with the power of personal responsibility and regressive taxes You have unlimited options, but because you're always right about everything, you'll be fine taking the one path you chose during the Reagan administration!!!
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OK Boomer: The Game

by E.I. Wong

humor
2019

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(based on 6 ratings)
4 member reviews

About the Story

"OK Boomer: The Game" is a text-based, "choose your own adventure" style game. Play as an American Baby Boomer and...

*Lecture your kids about the importance of menial jobs on the brink of obsolescence!

*Take climate change very, very seriously

*Dismiss the need for technology

*Ask your kids for help with technology

*Solve every geopolitical crisis with the power of personal responsibility and regressive taxes



You have unlimited options, but because you're always right about everything, you'll be fine taking the one path you chose during the Reagan administration!!!

Game Details

Language: English (en-US)
First Publication Date: November 9, 2019
Current Version: Unknown
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 36pyc3tkkt7lhja

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
About the size of it, December 3, 2019
by Robin Johnson (Edinburgh, Scotland)
I played this game because of the apoplectic one-line reviews it was generating here. It's not exactly nuanced but it expresses its anger skilfully and humorously enough. If you took the trouble of creating a homophobically-named troll account just so you could rate it one star, it's probably about you.

3 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Complaining and making jokes are not the same thing, December 3, 2019
This game is not the incisive commentary on modern society it wants to be. Its interactivity is almost irrelevant, so it's trying to float almost purely on the strength of its writing. That writing has one joke, and it's the joke you thought of when you saw the title. Please let whatever god cursed me to have this as the most recent game when I joined IFDB know that whatever I did, I am very sorry and will try not to do it again.

1 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
OK zoomer, December 3, 2019
crap game

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