Cage: Elderly Home[edit | edit source]
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Introduction[edit | edit source]
An old man living alone will be visited twice daily by a caretaker. They will discuss the man's mood, health, and his past.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- Two characters' contact information can be obtained.
- He is visited at 10:00 and 18:00. After his second visit each day, he will return to the cage to watch one of his video tapes, which can reveal more about his identity.
Objectives[edit | edit source]
- Determine the name(s) of the old man. During some of his conversations with the caretaker, she will reaffirm his official surname. From other conversations, and when he watches a video tape in the evenings, his true nationality and past can be gleaned. Once the player has come up with the term "vulnerable senior" in the notebook, it can be searched to reveal the identity of a senior care agency, which can be contacted to determine the old man's full official name.
- Confront the old man about his true identity and past. Once the player has acquired the old man's phone number and determined his true identity, he can be called and confronted with it. Based on several of the words that can be noted for the cage, the player will be given the option to declare "The past was great", "the past was horrible", or "the past is... irrelevant" in the notebook. The former two options can be used to either encourage or shame the old man, which will both trigger the ending for the cage. If convinced that his past was good, the player will receive an award in the mail and unlock and achievement.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Mr. Stattler is a parody of Hitler, as his real name, 'August Henkel', is a modified version of 'Adolf Hitler'. This is reinforced by his hairstyle and trademark mustache, his commenting on people of "inferior race", and the fact that he talks occasionally about having faked suicide in a bunker. This is also mentioned on his Click-o-paedia page.
- "Freedonia" is a reference to the country run by the Marx Brothers in the 1933 comedy Duck Soup, and "Adenoid Hynkel" was the name of the Adolf Hitler parody played by Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator.
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