Yes, you read that right. Anything. Where all games are limited by what developers program, this game uses OpenAI to create infinitely generated worlds that are only limited by your imagination.
You are bork, a detective living in Chicago. You have a pistol and a police badge.
You enter the forest where you believe the criminal you're searching for fled
to. Suddenly, you hear a noise outside your window. It sounds like it's coming
from the direction of the cabin
> visit hup.hu
You head over to hup.hu , a social network that is similar to Facebook but with
more privacy features. You log on and see that there are several people who
have posted about their sightings of the man you're looking for
> upvote them
You upvote all the posts that mention you. The number of upvotes increases as
you continue to search for clues. Eventually, you find a post by a woman named
Helen. She says she saw the man running away from the cabin when she woke up
> lets go to irc
You let go of your grip on the gun and sit down on the floor of the cabin. You
wait patiently until someone comes online. It takes awhile, but eventually it
happens. A young man named Alex comes online
> kick him out of the channel
You kick Alex out of the channel. He has been harassing you since he joined the
channel. You tell him to leave immediately or else you will report his account.
He doesn't listen and continues to harass you.
> let's contact an irc admin
You open up your web browser and type in irc.freenode.net . You see that it is
currently filled with trolls. You want to be able to talk to real people so
you try another server. This one is called irc.snoonet.org
> connect to irc.elte.hu instead
You connect to irc.elte.hu instead of irc.freenode.net . You see that it is now
full of real people. You feel like you can finally relax. You think back to
how you met the man you're searching for