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Notch's Drowning in Problems game gets too real too quick

Apr 28 // Brett Makedonski
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Need a crushing reminder of the frailty and futility of life? Markus "Notch" Persson has your back. His web-based experience Drowning in Problems does a pretty fine job of making sure you don't forget.

Watch as growing only leads to more problems. The list of things "you need" only gets larger, and each solution seemingly points to more voids in your life. Maybe you're better off without all the stuff that you "can't afford" anyway. Before long, you realize that you didn't sign up for this, damnit; you're just an unwilling participant in a cruel game.

Drowning in Problems [Notch]


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