A security check simulation game. The story of an immigration inspector at a border post. Players need to check the authenticity of their passports, including photos, dates, ID numbers, etc., and beware of the entry of substitutes. Then, as the entry procedures become more complicated, more documents need to be checked, such as ID cards and work permits, and different documents must be checked against each other.
In order to enter the country, there are also endless means of forgery of documents. Players also need to check the authenticity of administrative units and official seals. The high stakes of inbound smuggling have sparked social events, and players have to start searching suspicious travelers, arresting wanted criminals or fending off attacks on behalf of understaffed security.
Therefore, the matter of checking the passport is simply to put a stamp of refusal or permission to enter the country. But whether it conforms to the entry regulations or not, and whether the documents are real or not, all test the player's eyesight and hand speed, and sometimes even memory. At the end of the game, I even memorized the administrative plans in the game.
If there is a problem with the document inspection, the visa cannot be simply refused, and the reason for the refusal should be given according to the legal process. If an illegal person is mistakenly allowed to enter, or a legal person is mistakenly rejected, or even just a process error, players will be criticized and even severely punished, which will make families who are not wealthy even worse.
Everyday work, I am in fear, for fear that the fines from the Naturalization Department will be printed out in the next second.
The biggest surprise of the day is either an agent who suddenly shows up, or a drug smuggler who is ridiculous but cares about the protagonist. There are also terrorist attacks from time to time, which can allow players to end their work ahead of schedule, but leaving work early also means insufficient income, which may cause the protagonist to be unable to support his family. The game has dozens of endings, of which there are three main endings, which require the completion of the complete plot. The outcome of the player is all determined by his own choice.