this is really interesting, and i have mixed feelings. i really like that youve turned a game into a visual essay kind of sorts, and thanks for making this picture tool! very useful. the pixellation of the images adds something, given that theyre images of increasing brutality. and the fact that you have to search for the link to the next page forces you to search through the image more closely, taking it in. at one point i thought that the motif was the links were all police weapons, but they were all protestors / victims / civillians, right?
on the other hand, this use of brutal images, and the requirement to search through them, becomes unsettling when its an image of george floyd being murdered. images of black people being murdered get thrown around so flippantly, and i know youre not being flippant about this, so i guess its a question of making a serious point about police brutality and being sensitive to the victims, and where the balance lies.
im just writing all this because this game really caught me for a moment. i think its really clever and want to see the techniques you used taken further. so thanks for making it :)