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The Stanley Parable HD REMAKE Steam Demo Full Playthrough Gameplay Indie Half Life 2 Stand Alone Gameplay - kisfiu87 Let's Play 720P First Look Playthrough No Commentary PC (HD) The Stanley Parable is an interactive fiction modification built on the Source game engine, developed by Davey Wreden and released in July 2011. A high-definition remastered stand-alone version, including new story elements, has been approved for the Steam Greenlight process, and it will be released in October 2013. While the modification uses the first-person perspective common to other Source engine mods, there are no combat or other action-based sequences. Instead, the player controls the protagonist, Stanley, through a surreal environment, with each step of the process narrated. The player has the opportunity to make numerous decisions on which paths to take, including going against what the narration is telling them to do, with each choice leading to different narrations and endings. Wreden envisioned the game after considering that most major video game titles confine the user to its rules, and considered how to construct a narrative to challenge that notion. Outside of Kevan Brighting's voice work of the narrator, Wreden built the modification himself, initially as a personal project for his career goals but soon expanding to a wider release once he had shown it to friends and other players. The modification received critical attention as a new variation of creating interactive fiction within a game engine, and provided a thought-invoking narration to discuss with others on the nature of choice and predestination within video games. The game is presented to the player from the first-person perspective. The player can move around and perform interactions with certain elements of the environment, such as pressing buttons or opening doors, but otherwise has no other controls. The story is based on the protagonist Stanley that works in an office building, but his job or function...