Let's Play Orwell [Episode 1] Part 1 – Security Program [Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You Gameplay]


Let’s play the Orwell Episode 1 on PC! In episode 1/part 1 of this blind let’s play of Orwell Game, we are introduced as the first human employee of the Orwell Security System.
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** This is a let’s play of Orwell Game: Episode 1 in full on the PC in 1080p 60fps.**


Orwell is a new security program that combines cutting edge information retrieval with human-directed suspect profiling.

For Orwell to be truly successful, however, we need you. Someone outside of the Nation, capable of discerning information posted by suspects online, obtained through communication devices, and personal files. You will have to carefully decide what information is crucial for our investigations. What we need to know.

Be aware. There is no overstating the importance of your role. Stakes are high and lives hang in the balance.

Big Brother has arrived – and it’s you. In Orwell, investigate the lives of citizens to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks. Information from the internet, personal communications and private files are all accessible to you. But, be warned, the information you supply will have consequences…

Orwell is a new governmental security program that has the power to survey the online presence of every person in The Nation. It can monitor all personal communications and access any computer. To preserve the privacy of citizens, human researchers examine the data Orwell finds and decide which pieces of information should be passed on to the security forces, and which should be rejected.

Selected from thousands of candidates, you are Orwell’s first human researcher. And when a terror attack rocks the Nation’s capital city of Bonton, Orwell, and you, are immediately put to the test. Starting with a single person of interest, you’ll help the security forces build out and profile a network of potential culprits.

But are these people really terrorists? What does the information you reveal to Orwell say about them? What if you find out things about them that not even their loved ones know? What is the real price of maintaining the security that the Nation is yearning for?

Orwell Game Key Features
– Investigate the digital lives of citizens: Search web pages, scour through social media posts, dating site profiles, news articles and blogs to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks.
– Invade the private lives of suspects: Listen in on chat communications, read personal emails, hack PCs, pull medical files, make connections. Find the information you need to know.
– Determine the relevance of information: Only the information you provide will be seen by the security forces and acted upon. You decide what gets seen and what does not, influencing how the suspects will be perceived.
– Secure the freedom of the Nation: Find the terrorists so the citizens of the Nation can sleep safe, knowing Orwell is watching over them.

Orwell: Episode 1 is the first episodic in a series of five episodes of Orwell set to release weekly.

Orwell Game weekly episodic release format:
20th October: Episode One – The Clocks were Striking Thirteen
27th October: Episode Two – A Place where there is No Darkness
3rd November: Episode Three – Unperson
10th November: Episode Four – Memory Hole
17th November:: Episode Five – Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree

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  1. This actually reminds me somewhat of an old Commodore 64 game called portal that I used to love as well. That game made you read various databases to find out where everyone went to and each database you would read would get you more and more in to the game.

  2. 1st video i've watched from you and i'll probably watch a few more because you got me intrigued. I'll probably subscribe soon! 😀

    Keep up the good work!

    (Tbh your reading skills are on point!)

  3. Waah, new subscriber here ! I just finished your Danganronpa 2 let's play – which was awesome btw – and lemme say that you're a quality gamer ! I'm looking foward to see your next videos ! o/
    Greetings from France. 😀

  4. Your name implies watermelons. And you're a girl. With, presumably, watermelons. Honestly, did you mean to have men think watermelons or am I way off? If I'm way off can you give me the origin of your YouTube nickname?

  5. People should be more worried about cyber security in general. I learned how to hack into someone's wifi recently and tested it on my neighbor(with permission of course.) Broke in within 30 minutes. And this is coming from somebody that's a complete novice. I changed all of my passwords after that.

  6. Pft, the government didn't know he was okay with her taking his credit card, all the info they had was what you gave them. So all they knew was she 'stole' a credit card even though he was fine with it, and you didn't say he was.

  7. "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen" is the first line of George Orwell's 1984. I wouldn't be surprised if other chapters in the game also take titles from his works.

  8. this is an awesome game being played by an awesome youtuber! also the whole thing about the watergates closing the case was just speculation by the victims family. Wow i sound really official. Anyway keep it up!

  9. I'm pleasantly surprised by your thoughtful attitude towards social problems. You're a wonderful person Welonz 🙂


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