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Clever and genuinely funny!

It reminded me of the "User Inyerface" game that came out recently (https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2019/7/3/20681538/user-inyerface-terrible-modern-web-design-app-forms-fields).

Not sure if this represents a new trend of games, but I think it's interesting that folks are designing games that examine our relationship with clunky software.

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Thanks :)

I am not sure if it is a new trend but I do see a good amount of games like it in the circles I am in. Maybe it's because I'm studying game development and here they are used a fair amount because they're really good for analyzing game design and how to communicate using games.