Work as a forensic investigator, performing real-world investigation on a military-grade conspiracy. Yes, in the real world! The game redefines the way you play. It doesn't run on software. It runs on evidence, on your brain. You start with a SMS message from Mark. From there, you'll replicate his mission, find what he found, live the adventure he lived. You're on your own. You just have your own device. You set your methods, your pace, your tools. A piece of evidence helps you discover a part of the story, leading to more evidence, making you progress. Your challenge is to find the truth. The truth is out there, on the Internet. The Internet is millions of times bigger than a computer game sandbox. Are you up to the challenge? You might find answers in a news story on CNN or the New York Times. Something about a real company or person might help you proceed. The president might be involved. It's so intertwined with reality you'll be left wondering if it didn't really happen.
On day 16, Mark witnesses Doug bypassing security and inserting his own flight plan into Guam's ARTCC flight registry so that he can later fly without being intercepted. How can he do this and why? Why is Mark involved?
This is an actual game item. Mark took many photos during his mission. You'll be able to understand what happened as if you were there.
As with other items you'll find, photos constitute evidence you must collect. Photos may offer clues that help you progress in your forensic adventure.