Big Brother is here - and you are. Examine the lives of its citizens and find those responsible for a series of terrorist attacks. Information from the Internet, personal messages and private files are available for this. But be careful, the information you provide will have consequences.
Orwell is a new state security program, with the ability to monitor the digital life of everyone in the nation. It can monitor all personal communications and access any computer. In order to protect citizens' privacy, human investigators examine the data found by Orwell and make decisions
Which information should and should not be passed on to the security forces.
Chosen from thousands of candidates, you are Orwell's first human investigator. But when a terrorist attack shakes the nation's capital, Bonton, Orwell and you are put to the test immediately.
Starting with a single target, you help the security forces build a network of potential perpetrators.
But are these people really terrorists? What does the information you share with Orwell say about them? What if you find out things about them
who don't even know their closest confidants? What is the real price of security that the nation craves?
Examine the digital lives of citizens. Search websites, analyze social media posts, dating profiles, news articles and blogs to find those responsible for a number of terrorist attacks.
Penetrate suspects' private lives. Eavesdropping on chats, reading personal emails, hacking PCs, accessing medical files, and connecting. Find the information you need.
Determine the relevance of information.
Only the information you provide will be viewed and processed by the security forces. They decide what is seen and what is not, thereby influencing how the suspects are perceived.
Secure the nation's freedom. Find the terrorists
so that the nation's citizens can sleep safely and know that Orwell is watching over them.
CONTENT WARNING Please note that Orwell contains swear and curse words in several places in the game and deals with adult topics and is not suitable for younger players.