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“Yes, Karoshi is Japanese for 'death from overwork' and the idea is to seek out all the platforming elements you're usually meant to avoid, from rampaging enemies, to deadly spikes and traps.”
“Karoshi, which is to say it's full of cute block pushing, switch pulling, and bullet bouncing puzzles.”
“Karoshi' (literally translated from Japanese, it means death from overwork,”
“Karoshi" is derived from a Japanese word meaning "death from overwork"…so that should tell you something about this rather demented yet perversely charming puzzle game.”
“In it, your character, Mr. Karoshi, decides that the only solution to his soul-crushing corporate drone-dom is to, um, off himself.”
“Originally developed by Dutch coder Jesse Venbrux as a series of Flash puzzlers, Karoshi is now on smartphone, and the excellent conversion retains the central concept: you have to kill your character.”
“CatGirl and I are showing off our thrift store finds: she has a shirt for the Wizard band, Harry and the Potters, and I used my Powers of Japanese to get a shirt with the kanji for “Death by Overwork: Take care not to work too hard” this is a real phenomenon in Japan, called “Karoshi”.”
“And this is where it gets tricky, because of the official government requirements to meet the conditions of Karoshi; it is believed that vast numbers of Karoshi victims go unannounced, unrecorded, and uncompensated.”
“This is where we find the root of Karoshi, at the very beginning of plant line assembly systems, that Henry Ford used to revolutionise and change society forever.”
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