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* MultipleEndings: The game has twenty-five, all depending on what you do (or [[RewardingInactivity don't do]]), while the Steal version adds more.

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* MultipleEndings: The game has twenty-five, all depending on what you do (or [[RewardingInactivity don't do]]), while the Steal Steam version adds more.


* MultipleEndings: The game has twenty-five, all depending on what you do (or [[RewardingInactivity don't do]]); as such, context of how to get the ending is important in understanding it. Of these endings, the first [[UpToEleven eleven]] are present in all versions of the game, while the remainder are Steam only.
** [[WaitingPuzzle Peace]]: [[spoiler: You literally touch nothing. After some time, your coworker comes back, and the same beginning dialogue loops until you restart. In the Steam version, your coworker jokingly asks if an apocalypse would've happened while they were gone. A poster of a divine figure appears on your wall.]]
** [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Shutdown]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button so much that the TV screen goes dead. A paper which looks like a formal reprimand appears on the wall.]]
** [[WeaponOfMassDestruction Mushroom]]: [[spoiler: You push the big red button, causing a switch to pop up. You then flip the switch, and push the button again, leading to the city you are monitoring blowing up. A poster of a giant mushroom that reads "I ♡ Mushrooms" appears on the wall.]]
** [[NightmareFace Satanic]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button twice, causing a panel of Roman numerals labeled I, II, and III to pop up. In the itch.io version, the number of lines that make up the barcode on the informational poster equates to the code - 213121. In the Steam version, the strange ladder drawing on the informational paper becomes Roman numerals when turned to the right - 132231. Two new panels open up, one of them with a lever; you pull the lever to the left. A 0-9 keypad appears. Using the bottom row of Braille for itch.io and the top row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 1066, Steam's is 8367). Inputting this into the keypad causes a 7x7 panel to appear. You create a pentagram on this panel, causing a frightening face to appear on the screen as it begins to drip blood. A poster with a pentagram and skull appears on the wall.]]
** [[TheIlluminati Illuminati]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times, unlocking the hammer. With the hammer, you smash the TV screen, revealing a button behind it with a question mark symbol on it. Pressing it causes the entire screen to shake furiously before suddenly cutting to the beginning of the game. In the Steam version, the screen suddenly shifts to an Illuminati eye, with four small symbols in the corners of the screen, before the game suddenly crashes. A poster of the Illuminati symbol that reads "True?" appears on the wall.]]
** [[{{Prehistoria}} Back to the Past]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the second keypad appears. Using the top row of Braille for itch.io, and the bottom row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 3748, Steam's is 8232). After punching this in, a clock with a date on it appears at the bottom of the screen. Pushing the left arrow causes the screen to show what appears to be a woolly mammoth as the date on the clock changes to say "-99:99:9999". A poster of a person that appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Doc Brown]] is placed on the wall.]]
** [[BadFuture Back to the Future]]: [[spoiler: Everything is done exactly the same as in Back to the Past, but when the clock appears, you push the right arrow. This causes the clock to read "24:10:2077" as the screen shows the city from before, but completely destroyed. The moon also seemed to be coming apart, as if it has been blown up. A poster of what appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]] appears on the wall, connected to the previous poster of Doc Brown.]]
** [[RemixedLevel Yin-Yang]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times and unlock the screwdriver. With the screwdriver, you open the screwed on panel to reveal four colored buttons. Using the misspelling of "GRAB" on the poster, you push the buttons in a certain order (for Steam, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue; for itch.io, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''Y'''ellow-'''B'''lue), causing the world on the screen to be inverted in both position and color. A poster of the yin-yang symbol appears on your wall.]]
** [[UnrealisticBlackHole Black Hole]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the 7x7 keypad appears, another keypad with numbers 1-4 also pops up. In the itch.io version, following the numbers on the information flyer, these must simply be pressed in order (1-2-3-4). In the Steam version, the flyer has numbered them out of order. Following this, you punch in 1-2-4-3. This causes a black hole to appear out of nowhere and engulf the city. A poster with what appears to be an opening black hole is placed on the wall.]]
** [[KillerRobot Robot]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the lever pops up, you pull it to the right. A panel with only two buttons, 0 and 1, appears, with the word "Bender" in the middle. In the itch.io version, the solution comes from the word "work," specifically the binary code for the letter W - 01110111. In the Steam version, the dots on the poster next to the word "Work" hold the solution - 0010001. This causes a massive robot to appear and destroy the city, and a poster of [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Bender]] that reads "Kill All Humanz" appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlyingSaucer UFO]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Back to the Past, until both hatches open. In both versions, the solution corresponds to the arrows on the information flyer; on the hatch which says "Don't do it!", click the top left and top right buttons in order (left-right-right-left). This causes a UFO to appear and level the city with a laser ray. A poster with a [[VideoGame/SpaceInvaders space invader]] appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlamingMeteor Asteroid]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 7x7 panel and 1-4 panel pop up. Using the bullet point labelled 3 on the informational flyer and the "look and say" sequence, the player must input 1-2-1-1 (as in, one 1, one 2, two 1's). A small keyboard that makes three unique notes appears. You must match the 8-bit notes that pop up in the game's theme. Doing this causes asteroids to rain down on the city, and a poster of what appears to be a lizard recreating the {{Franchise/Ghostbusters}} logo appears.]]
** [[Literature/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. You click the red button a few more times to produce the screwdriver. With it, you unscrew the small panel of wires connected to the screen, causing a dimmed number screen to appear at the bottom of your console. You then click the "Don't do it!" paper several times until it comes loose, revealing the name Pisano Leonardo, discoverer of the Fibonacci sequence. Using this, the player must input the first nine numbers of the sequence (011235813). Doing so causes what looks to be a massive demon to rise up from below the city, presumably conquering it. A poster of Cthulhu appears on the wall.]]
** [[GaiasVengeance Panda]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as UFO initially. On the informational paper, underneath the directional arrows that one would normally follow for UFO, the word "correct" can be read upside down. The player must do the opposite of the original code for UFO (bottom right-bottom left-bottom left-bottom right). This causes a small counter with the number "276" written on it to appear. The player must click the grey button 276 times and then push the red button. This causes a massive overgrowth of vines and other plants to level the city. A poster with the image of a panda appears.]]
** [[GameWithinAGame City Boom]]: [[spoiler: You hit the restart button repeatedly until a mini game called "City Boom" pops up on the screen, which requires you to hit the red button repeatedly in order to drop bombs on the city in an effort to level it completely. Clearing the level causes a sticker of a small airplane to be placed on your console.]]
** [[FetusTerrible Bloody Baby]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the hammer and smash the red button with it. This causes an alarm to begin blaring. You smash the button repeatedly until a bloody fetus emerges from it, and with it, several bloody organs pop out of many spots on the console. Essentially a Whac-A-Mole BossBattle; you must whack all of the organs and the baby itself repeatedly, until you can kill it, [[TimeLimitBoss before the blood reaches the reset lever]]. A strange poster with what appears to be bloody entrails and a smiling heart appears on the wall.]]
** [[Franchise/StarWars Death Star]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the screwdriver and remove the instructional panel, revealing three clocks. To proceed with the ending, all three clocks must be lit with a green light - the only way to achieve this is to have your system's clock set to midnight. This causes a small punch card to appear. The player must input the number of red dots on each row into the roman numeral panel. This causes a massive beam of light to completely eradicate the city from existence. A small poster with an image of the Death Star appears.]]
** [[SugarBowl Happy]] [[HellOfATime Buildings]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Panda until the small counter appears. You must hit the grey button 666 times and push the red button, causing a panel with strange lit up symbols on it to drop down from the ceiling. You must shut off all symbols except the four which are visible in Illuminati. Doing so causes the city to develop smiley faces and begin bouncing up and down happily. The poster of the skull and pentagram, originally obtained in Satanic, changes to show the skull now bearing horns and glowing red eye sockets, while the poster itself appears to have been burned at the edges.]]
** SandWorm: [[spoiler: To complete this ending, City Boom, Bloody Baby, and Death Star must already be completed. Follows the same path as Satanic until the lever appears; after pulling the lever left and inputting the usual code, the player must also use the inverted arrow code at the "Don't do it!" panel. You remove the informational flyer with the screwdriver, and using the letters and numbers behind it, you form a sort of cross on the 7x7 panel by treating the letters as a grid system (B4, D1, D4, D7) and completing the pattern with the missing associated button (F4). Doing this causes a diamond to appear. You then use the poster from Bloody Baby (the bloody entrails) to get the next code number; 4020. Doing this causes a crack to appear in the console. You then open the screwed on panel that contains the colored buttons. To get the last clue, you must have seen the completion screen from City Boom, which showed flickering letters that gave away the color scheme - '''Y'''ellow-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue. Lastly, a panel with a hexagonal socket opens up. You insert the diamond here and push the button. This causes a massive worm to come up from the ground, engulfing the city whole. A poster of a sand worm appears.]]
** [[VideoGame/TheStanleyParable Stanley Parable]]: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, at least five endings must be completed. Follows the exact same path as Shutdown. After restarting, the screen shifts to say, "Awaiting input." The player must push the red button, and all the new red buttons that appear, until the screen says, "Thank you for cooperation. You got the job, Stanley." A small ID card with the name "Stanley" on it appears on the wall.]]
** VideoGame/PapersPlease: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, the Stanley Parable ending must be completed. By clicking the passport at the floor of the booth, a denial and approval stamp appear above the passport, as a person wearing an Anonymous mask stands in front of a height measuring wall. Denying him causes a dark sky to cover the city as flags pop up from the buildings. A small badge from Arstotska is clipped to the screen.]]
** [[EarthquakesCauseFissures Earthquake]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Mushroom until the switch pops up. Next to the red button is an arrow pointing right; clicking the spot next to this arrow causes a small arrow button to appear, pointing in another direction. Follow the sequence of these arrows until a 3x5 grid pops up. The player must click the buttons on the grid until the entire grid is lit up. Following this, a massive earthquake splits the city in half. A small badge of the Earth split in two will be attached to the screen.]]
** [[TwoDSpace Space]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Robot until the "Bender" panel pops up. Below this, a small hand lamp appears. Picking it up and moving it across the console reveals a massive amount of hidden text. In particular, a code to the left of the screwed on panel appears, revealing the code number ([[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey 2001]]). You reset the ending and then follow the same steps as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. Type the code in to reveal a dialer with letters that can spell out a word. Spell out PLUTO and push the button, receiving a key. With the screwdriver, open the colored button panel and hit the red button repeatedly to open up a keyhole. Put the key in, and a rocket will shoot into space. A small rocket badge will be taped to the screen.]]
** [[UnderwaterCity Water]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Space until the small hand lamp appears. You use the lamp to hover over the "Don't do it!" text, which reveals that the word "dot" is highlighted. Using this, you must input the Morse code for "dot" into the console, using the "Bender" panel (with 0's representing dots and 1's representing dashes). This causes the city to be completely flooded.]]
** [[OmegaEnding Coffee]]: [[spoiler: For this ending, you must have completed all the other endings. Hit restart and your coworker will again ask you to watch the screen, but with added dialogue. Your coworker tells you that the console is really a coffee machine and tells you to help yourself. You click the red button and a cup of coffee appears, followed by the end credits on the screen.]]

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* MultipleEndings: The game has twenty-five, all depending on what you do (or [[RewardingInactivity don't do]]); as such, context of how to get the ending is important in understanding it. Of these endings, the first [[UpToEleven eleven]] are present in all versions of the game, do]]), while the remainder are Steam only.
** [[WaitingPuzzle Peace]]: [[spoiler: You literally touch nothing. After some time, your coworker comes back, and the same beginning dialogue loops until you restart. In the Steam version, your coworker jokingly asks if an apocalypse would've happened while they were gone. A poster of a divine figure appears on your wall.]]
** [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Shutdown]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button so much that the TV screen goes dead. A paper which looks like a formal reprimand appears on the wall.]]
** [[WeaponOfMassDestruction Mushroom]]: [[spoiler: You push the big red button, causing a switch to pop up. You then flip the switch, and push the button again, leading to the city you are monitoring blowing up. A poster of a giant mushroom that reads "I ♡ Mushrooms" appears on the wall.]]
** [[NightmareFace Satanic]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button twice, causing a panel of Roman numerals labeled I, II, and III to pop up. In the itch.io version, the number of lines that make up the barcode on the informational poster equates to the code - 213121. In the Steam version, the strange ladder drawing on the informational paper becomes Roman numerals when turned to the right - 132231. Two new panels open up, one of them with a lever; you pull the lever to the left. A 0-9 keypad appears. Using the bottom row of Braille for itch.io and the top row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 1066, Steam's is 8367). Inputting this into the keypad causes a 7x7 panel to appear. You create a pentagram on this panel, causing a frightening face to appear on the screen as it begins to drip blood. A poster with a pentagram and skull appears on the wall.]]
** [[TheIlluminati Illuminati]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times, unlocking the hammer. With the hammer, you smash the TV screen, revealing a button behind it with a question mark symbol on it. Pressing it causes the entire screen to shake furiously before suddenly cutting to the beginning of the game. In the Steam version, the screen suddenly shifts to an Illuminati eye, with four small symbols in the corners of the screen, before the game suddenly crashes. A poster of the Illuminati symbol that reads "True?" appears on the wall.]]
** [[{{Prehistoria}} Back to the Past]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the second keypad appears. Using the top row of Braille for itch.io, and the bottom row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 3748, Steam's is 8232). After punching this in, a clock with a date on it appears at the bottom of the screen. Pushing the left arrow causes the screen to show what appears to be a woolly mammoth as the date on the clock changes to say "-99:99:9999". A poster of a person that appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Doc Brown]] is placed on the wall.]]
** [[BadFuture Back to the Future]]: [[spoiler: Everything is done exactly the same as in Back to the Past, but when the clock appears, you push the right arrow. This causes the clock to read "24:10:2077" as the screen shows the city from before, but completely destroyed. The moon also seemed to be coming apart, as if it has been blown up. A poster of what appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]] appears on the wall, connected to the previous poster of Doc Brown.]]
** [[RemixedLevel Yin-Yang]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times and unlock the screwdriver. With the screwdriver, you open the screwed on panel to reveal four colored buttons. Using the misspelling of "GRAB" on the poster, you push the buttons in a certain order (for Steam, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue; for itch.io, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''Y'''ellow-'''B'''lue), causing the world on the screen to be inverted in both position and color. A poster of the yin-yang symbol appears on your wall.]]
** [[UnrealisticBlackHole Black Hole]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the 7x7 keypad appears, another keypad with numbers 1-4 also pops up. In the itch.io version, following the numbers on the information flyer, these must simply be pressed in order (1-2-3-4). In the Steam version, the flyer has numbered them out of order. Following this, you punch in 1-2-4-3. This causes a black hole to appear out of nowhere and engulf the city. A poster with what appears to be an opening black hole is placed on the wall.]]
** [[KillerRobot Robot]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the lever pops up, you pull it to the right. A panel with only two buttons, 0 and 1, appears, with the word "Bender" in the middle. In the itch.io version, the solution comes from the word "work," specifically the binary code for the letter W - 01110111. In the Steam version, the dots on the poster next to the word "Work" hold the solution - 0010001. This causes a massive robot to appear and destroy the city, and a poster of [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Bender]] that reads "Kill All Humanz" appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlyingSaucer UFO]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Back to the Past, until both hatches open. In both versions, the solution corresponds to the arrows on the information flyer; on the hatch which says "Don't do it!", click the top left and top right buttons in order (left-right-right-left). This causes a UFO to appear and level the city with a laser ray. A poster with a [[VideoGame/SpaceInvaders space invader]] appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlamingMeteor Asteroid]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 7x7 panel and 1-4 panel pop up. Using the bullet point labelled 3 on the informational flyer and the "look and say" sequence, the player must input 1-2-1-1 (as in, one 1, one 2, two 1's). A small keyboard that makes three unique notes appears. You must match the 8-bit notes that pop up in the game's theme. Doing this causes asteroids to rain down on the city, and a poster of what appears to be a lizard recreating the {{Franchise/Ghostbusters}} logo appears.]]
** [[Literature/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. You click the red button a few more times to produce the screwdriver. With it, you unscrew the small panel of wires connected to the screen, causing a dimmed number screen to appear at the bottom of your console. You then click the "Don't do it!" paper several times until it comes loose, revealing the name Pisano Leonardo, discoverer of the Fibonacci sequence. Using this, the player must input the first nine numbers of the sequence (011235813). Doing so causes what looks to be a massive demon to rise up from below the city, presumably conquering it. A poster of Cthulhu appears on the wall.]]
** [[GaiasVengeance Panda]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as UFO initially. On the informational paper, underneath the directional arrows that one would normally follow for UFO, the word "correct" can be read upside down. The player must do the opposite of the original code for UFO (bottom right-bottom left-bottom left-bottom right). This causes a small counter with the number "276" written on it to appear. The player must click the grey button 276 times and then push the red button. This causes a massive overgrowth of vines and other plants to level the city. A poster with the image of a panda appears.]]
** [[GameWithinAGame City Boom]]: [[spoiler: You hit the restart button repeatedly until a mini game called "City Boom" pops up on the screen, which requires you to hit the red button repeatedly in order to drop bombs on the city in an effort to level it completely. Clearing the level causes a sticker of a small airplane to be placed on your console.]]
** [[FetusTerrible Bloody Baby]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the hammer and smash the red button with it. This causes an alarm to begin blaring. You smash the button repeatedly until a bloody fetus emerges from it, and with it, several bloody organs pop out of many spots on the console. Essentially a Whac-A-Mole BossBattle; you must whack all of the organs and the baby itself repeatedly, until you can kill it, [[TimeLimitBoss before the blood reaches the reset lever]]. A strange poster with what appears to be bloody entrails and a smiling heart appears on the wall.]]
** [[Franchise/StarWars Death Star]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the screwdriver and remove the instructional panel, revealing three clocks. To proceed with the ending, all three clocks must be lit with a green light - the only way to achieve this is to have your system's clock set to midnight. This causes a small punch card to appear. The player must input the number of red dots on each row into the roman numeral panel. This causes a massive beam of light to completely eradicate the city from existence. A small poster with an image of the Death Star appears.]]
** [[SugarBowl Happy]] [[HellOfATime Buildings]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Panda until the small counter appears. You must hit the grey button 666 times and push the red button, causing a panel with strange lit up symbols on it to drop down from the ceiling. You must shut off all symbols except the four which are visible in Illuminati. Doing so causes the city to develop smiley faces and begin bouncing up and down happily. The poster of the skull and pentagram, originally obtained in Satanic, changes to show the skull now bearing horns and glowing red eye sockets, while the poster itself appears to have been burned at the edges.]]
** SandWorm: [[spoiler: To complete this ending, City Boom, Bloody Baby, and Death Star must already be completed. Follows the same path as Satanic until the lever appears; after pulling the lever left and inputting the usual code, the player must also use the inverted arrow code at the "Don't do it!" panel. You remove the informational flyer with the screwdriver, and using the letters and numbers behind it, you form a sort of cross on the 7x7 panel by treating the letters as a grid system (B4, D1, D4, D7) and completing the pattern with the missing associated button (F4). Doing this causes a diamond to appear. You then use the poster from Bloody Baby (the bloody entrails) to get the next code number; 4020. Doing this causes a crack to appear in the console. You then open the screwed on panel that contains the colored buttons. To get the last clue, you must have seen the completion screen from City Boom, which showed flickering letters that gave away the color scheme - '''Y'''ellow-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue. Lastly, a panel with a hexagonal socket opens up. You insert the diamond here and push the button. This causes a massive worm to come up from the ground, engulfing the city whole. A poster of a sand worm appears.]]
** [[VideoGame/TheStanleyParable Stanley Parable]]: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, at least five endings must be completed. Follows the exact same path as Shutdown. After restarting, the screen shifts to say, "Awaiting input." The player must push the red button, and all the new red buttons that appear, until the screen says, "Thank you for cooperation. You got the job, Stanley." A small ID card with the name "Stanley" on it appears on the wall.]]
** VideoGame/PapersPlease: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, the Stanley Parable ending must be completed. By clicking the passport at the floor of the booth, a denial and approval stamp appear above the passport, as a person wearing an Anonymous mask stands in front of a height measuring wall. Denying him causes a dark sky to cover the city as flags pop up from the buildings. A small badge from Arstotska is clipped to the screen.]]
** [[EarthquakesCauseFissures Earthquake]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Mushroom until the switch pops up. Next to the red button is an arrow pointing right; clicking the spot next to this arrow causes a small arrow button to appear, pointing in another direction. Follow the sequence of these arrows until a 3x5 grid pops up. The player must click the buttons on the grid until the entire grid is lit up. Following this, a massive earthquake splits the city in half. A small badge of the Earth split in two will be attached to the screen.]]
** [[TwoDSpace Space]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Robot until the "Bender" panel pops up. Below this, a small hand lamp appears. Picking it up and moving it across the console reveals a massive amount of hidden text. In particular, a code to the left of the screwed on panel appears, revealing the code number ([[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey 2001]]). You reset the ending and then follow the same steps as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. Type the code in to reveal a dialer with letters that can spell out a word. Spell out PLUTO and push the button, receiving a key. With the screwdriver, open the colored button panel and hit the red button repeatedly to open up a keyhole. Put the key in, and a rocket will shoot into space. A small rocket badge will be taped to the screen.]]
** [[UnderwaterCity Water]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Space until the small hand lamp appears. You use the lamp to hover over the "Don't do it!" text, which reveals that the word "dot" is highlighted. Using this, you must input the Morse code for "dot" into the console, using the "Bender" panel (with 0's representing dots and 1's representing dashes). This causes the city to be completely flooded.]]
** [[OmegaEnding Coffee]]: [[spoiler: For this ending, you must have completed all the other endings. Hit restart and your coworker will again ask you to watch the screen, but with added dialogue. Your coworker tells you that the console is really a coffee machine and tells you to help yourself. You click the red button and a cup of coffee appears, followed by the end credits on the screen.]]
Steal version adds more.


As of December 7th, 2016, the game has an UpdatedReRelease on Steam, called Please, Don't Touch Anything [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D]]. In addition to 3D graphics, the new version includes a room around the panel, small changes both to finding the endings and the endings themselves, and five brand new endings. Every ending is cool.

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As of December 7th, 2016, the game has an UpdatedReRelease on Steam, called Please, Don't Touch Anything [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D]]. In addition to 3D graphics, the new version includes a room around the panel, small changes both to finding the endings and the endings themselves, and five brand new endings. Every ending is cool.
unique in their own way.



* AlienKudzu: [[spoiler:The Panda Ending]]

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* AlienKudzu: [[spoiler:The Panda Ending]]Ending, in which the office in covered in plants.]]



*** The "Bender" puzzle was reworked, the solution to which going from being [[spoiler: the binary code for the letter W, a slightly obtuse puzzle based on the "WORK" instruction]], to [[spoiler: the binary code represented by dots on the informational flyer.]]
*** The initial code needed for the Roman numeral panel was originally [[spoiler: based on the number of individual lines in the bar code on the information sheet.]] This was changed to [[spoiler: a depiction of a ladder which, when rotated, became Roman numerals.]]

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*** The "Bender" puzzle was reworked, the solution to which going from being [[spoiler: the binary code for the letter W, a slightly obtuse puzzle based on the "WORK" instruction]], to [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the binary code represented by dots on the informational flyer.]]
flyer]].
*** The initial code needed for the Roman numeral panel was originally [[spoiler: based [[spoiler:based on the number of individual lines in the bar code on the information sheet.]] sheet]]. This was changed to [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a depiction of a ladder which, when rotated, became Roman numerals.]]numerals]].



*** [[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it.]]
*** Hidden around the room are Morse Code Pamphlets, which are useful, considering [[spoiler: they changed the letters needed for the Morse code ending.]]

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*** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it.]]
*** Hidden around the room are Morse Code Pamphlets, which are useful, considering [[spoiler: they [[spoiler:the game changed the letters needed for the Morse code ending.]]ending]].



** A more subtle case for all versions: [[spoiler: The roman numerals for the code 132231 are a palindrome so that regardless of how it's rotated, it can be easily read as the correct code.]]
* BaitAndSwitch: [[spoiler: One of the Satanic endings has the clouds and buildings growing happy faces like that of a child friendly cartoon.]]

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** A more subtle case for all versions: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The roman numerals for the code 132231 are a palindrome palindrome, so that regardless of how it's rotated, it can be easily read as the correct code.]]
code]].
* BaitAndSwitch: [[spoiler: One [[spoiler:One of the Satanic endings has the clouds and buildings growing happy faces like that of a child friendly cartoon.]]cartoon. This is especially jarring after having encountered the other Satanic ending, which has the kind of spooky content one would expect.]]



* BigRedButton: The game starts with the console having only this button. Pressing it opens up more things to click.

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* BigRedButton: The game starts with the console having only this button. Pressing it opens up more things to click. [[spoiler:Breaking it with the hammer unleashes the Bloody Baby.]]
* BossBattle: Getting the "Essence Of Machines" ending requires the player to beat a mini game that is essentially this. [[spoiler:The Bloody Baby will slowly trickle a row of blood towards the reset lever, and the player must defeat the vessels projecting a force field that protects the fetus in order to hit the fetus itself, [[TimedMission before the blood reaches the lever]].]] Even [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iScxLvy3LNQ the music]] is befitting of a boss theme, being much more intense and fast-paced than any other song in the game.



* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: [[spoiler:The Illuminati Ending crashes the game.]]
* TheIlluminati: One of the endings (and the accompanying achievement) hints at their existence.
* MoonLogicPuzzle: Some of the puzzles are quite a reach in terms of logical progression. Particular mention goes to the itch.io version of the Robot ending, which requires you to [[spoiler: punch in the binary code for the letter W.]] There is zero indication that this is what you have to do, and even after realizing it, it still makes little to no sense. This was altered in the Steam version to [[spoiler: using the dots on the information poster, next to the word "work," to represent binary. A bit simpler, but still a stretch.]]

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: [[spoiler:The In the original, [[spoiler:the Illuminati Ending crashes the game.]]
game]]. Meanwhile, the VR version puts the player into the room itself and all the horrors within.
* TheIlluminati: One of the endings (and results in an all-seeing eye appearing. This and the accompanying achievement) achievement strongly hints at their existence.
existence in the game's universe.
* MoonLogicPuzzle: Some of the puzzles are quite a reach in terms of logical progression. Particular mention goes to the itch.io version of the Robot ending, which requires you to [[spoiler: punch [[spoiler:punch in the binary code for the letter W.]] W]]. There is zero indication that this is what you have to do, and even after realizing it, it still makes little to no sense. This was altered in the Steam version to [[spoiler: using the dots on the information poster, next to the word "work," to represent binary. A bit simpler, but still a stretch.]] stretch]].



** [[FetusTerrible Bloody Baby]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the hammer and smash the red button with it. This causes an alarm to begin blaring. You smash the button repeatedly until a bloody fetus emerges from it, and with it, several bloody organs pop out of many spots on the console. Essentially Whac-A-Mole; you must whack all of the organs and the baby itself repeatedly, until you can kill it. A strange poster with what appears to be bloody entrails and a smiling heart appears on the wall.]]

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** [[FetusTerrible Bloody Baby]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the hammer and smash the red button with it. This causes an alarm to begin blaring. You smash the button repeatedly until a bloody fetus emerges from it, and with it, several bloody organs pop out of many spots on the console. Essentially Whac-A-Mole; a Whac-A-Mole BossBattle; you must whack all of the organs and the baby itself repeatedly, until you can kill it.it, [[TimeLimitBoss before the blood reaches the reset lever]]. A strange poster with what appears to be bloody entrails and a smiling heart appears on the wall.]]



* NightmareFace: [[spoiler:The Satanic Ending. The Illuminati Ending features a Nightmare ''Eye'']].

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* NightmareFace: [[spoiler:The Satanic Ending. The Illuminati A pale-White, ghostly face with sharp teeth that keeps [[OminousVisualGlitch glitching in and out]]. TheIlluminati Ending features a Nightmare ''Eye'']].''Eye''- The All-Seeing Eye, specifically.]]



* NumberOfTheBeast: 666 is curiously drawn onto the side of the machine.
* OverlyLongGag:
** [[spoiler:Unlocking the Panda Ending requires you to click a button 276 times.]]
** [[spoiler: Another ending requires you hit the same button '''666''' times.]]

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* NumberOfTheBeast: 666 is curiously drawn onto the side of the machine.
machine. This is a hint towards two puzzles, at least.
* OverlyLongGag:
**
OverlyLongGag: [[spoiler:Unlocking the Panda Ending requires you to click a button 276 times.]]
** [[spoiler: Another
times. The Happy Buildings ending requires you hit the same button '''666''' '''[[NumberOfTheBeast 666]]''' times.]]



* RewardingInactivity: Alternatively, you can sit back for about a minute perfectly obeying the game's title instruction. [[spoiler: And an achievement for waiting 3 minutes longer.]]
* SchmuckBait: Natural in a game where the entire point is directly disobeying the instructions given in the title. [[spoiler:One of the endings, however, requires the player to defy this trope.]]
* TimeLimitBoss: [[spoiler: The Essence of Machines (the bloody baby that emerges from the red button after hammering it) has to be hammered thrice before a trail of blood reaches the restart lever and forces it down]].

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* RewardingInactivity: Alternatively, you can sit The Peace ending is gotten if the player sits back for about a minute minute, perfectly obeying the game's title instruction. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:The player can get an achievement for waiting 3 minutes longer.]]
* SchmuckBait: Natural in a game where the entire point is directly disobeying the instructions given in the title. [[spoiler:One of the endings, [[spoiler:The Peace ending, however, requires the player to defy this trope.trope and not touch anything until the coworker gets back.]]
* TimeLimitBoss: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Essence of Machines (the bloody baby that emerges from the red button after hammering it) has to be hammered thrice before a trail of blood reaches the restart lever and forces it down]].down.]]



** [[spoiler: The "Essence of Machines" ending is a whack-a-mole boss fight]].
* UnrealisticBlackHole: [[spoiler: The city gets consumed by one of these in the fittingly-named "Black Hole ending".]]
** UpToEleven in the 3D version, where the black hole sucks in the entire room-except for the panel, screen, and you. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics It also reflects exactly what you're seeing for some reason.]]

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** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The "Essence of Machines" ending is a whack-a-mole boss fight]].
BossBattle]].
* UnrealisticBlackHole: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The city gets consumed by one of these in the fittingly-named "Black Hole ending".]]
** UpToEleven in the 3D version, where the black hole sucks in the entire room-except for the panel, screen, and you. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics It also reflects exactly what you're seeing seeing, for some reason.]]


** [[spoiler:"City Boom! Press button to drop bomb!", a minigame that has a chance of appearing whenever the game is reset.]]

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** [[spoiler:"City Boom! Press button to drop bomb!", a minigame that has a chance of appearing whenever the game is reset.reset, or when a floppy disk is inserted in the 3D version.]]


** [[FlamingMeteor Asteroid]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 7x7 panel and 1-4 panel pop up. Using the bullet point labelled 3 on the informational flyer and the "look and say" sequence, the player must input 1-2-1-1 (as in, one 1, one 2, two 1's). A small keyboard that makes three unique notes appears. You must match the 8-bit notes that pop up in the game's theme. Doing this causes asteroids to rain down on the city, and a poster of what appears to be a lizard recreating the {{Film/Ghostbusters}} logo appears.]]

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** [[FlamingMeteor Asteroid]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 7x7 panel and 1-4 panel pop up. Using the bullet point labelled 3 on the informational flyer and the "look and say" sequence, the player must input 1-2-1-1 (as in, one 1, one 2, two 1's). A small keyboard that makes three unique notes appears. You must match the 8-bit notes that pop up in the game's theme. Doing this causes asteroids to rain down on the city, and a poster of what appears to be a lizard recreating the {{Film/Ghostbusters}} {{Franchise/Ghostbusters}} logo appears.]]

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A version for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch is set to release on November 22nd, 2018, with new mechanics, puzzle solutions, and endings.


'''''SPOILER WARNING:'' A large part of the experience of this game is playing around with different aspects and variables and discovering the various endings for yourself. While spoiler tags will be used wherever necessary, the nature of this game will mean that unmarked spoilers will be rampant on this page. You Have Been Warned.

In Other Words: Please, Don't Read Anything.'''

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'''''SPOILER WARNING:'' SPOILER WARNING: A large part of the experience of this game is playing around with different aspects and variables and discovering the various endings for yourself. While spoiler tags will be used wherever necessary, the nature of this game will mean that unmarked spoilers will be rampant on this page. You Have Been Warned.

In Other Words: Please, Don't Read Anything.'''


'''''SPOILER WARNING:'' A large part of the experience of this game is playing around with different aspects and variables and discovering the various endings for yourself. While spoiler tags will be used wherever necessary, the nature of this game will mean that unmarked spoilers will be rampant on this page. You Have Been Warned.'''

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'''''SPOILER WARNING:'' A large part of the experience of this game is playing around with different aspects and variables and discovering the various endings for yourself. While spoiler tags will be used wherever necessary, the nature of this game will mean that unmarked spoilers will be rampant on this page. You Have Been Warned.Warned.

In Other Words: Please, Don't Read Anything.
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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: A number in the 3D version.
** [[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it.]]
** Hidden around the room are Morse Code Pamphlets, which are useful, considering [[spoiler: they changed the letters needed for the morse code ending.]]
** In the VR version, it's much more difficult to take notes for future endings. Luckily, the whiteboard is completely changeable, and is preserved between resets.

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: A number in Several upgrades are made from the itch.io version into the Steam and 3D version.versions.
** Steam:
*** The "Bender" puzzle was reworked, the solution to which going from being
[[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have binary code for the letter W, a slightly obtuse puzzle based on the "WORK" instruction]], to restart it.[[spoiler: the binary code represented by dots on the informational flyer.]]
** Hidden around the room are Morse Code Pamphlets, which are useful, considering [[spoiler: they changed the letters *** The initial code needed for the morse Roman numeral panel was originally [[spoiler: based on the number of individual lines in the bar code ending.on the information sheet.]] This was changed to [[spoiler: a depiction of a ladder which, when rotated, became Roman numerals.]]
*** The Braille in the itch.io version became math equations in the Steam version, making the associated puzzles less Google intensive.
*** The numbered bullet points on the informational flyer become the code of a later puzzle, but in the Steam version, they are out of order, making it clearer to the player that they are to be used as a code.
** 3D:
*** [[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it.]]
*** Hidden around the room are Morse Code Pamphlets, which are useful, considering [[spoiler: they changed the letters needed for the Morse code ending.]]
***
In the VR version, it's much more difficult to take notes for future endings. Luckily, the whiteboard is completely changeable, and is preserved between resets.



* BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible: The game itself. Your only instruction is to not touch anything.



* CrueltyIsTheOnlyOption: The entirety of the gameplay is you finding a myriad of ways to destroy the city you are supposed to be monitoring. Technically speaking, it is possible to play the game without doing anything particularly cruel to the city, but doing so would mean that the player would miss more than half of the game's content.



* FeaturelessProtagonist: You. Only the console and its surrounding area are visible.



* MoonLogicPuzzle: Some of the puzzles are quite a reach in terms of logical progression. Particular mention goes to the itch.io version of the Robot ending, which requires you to [[spoiler: punch in the binary code for the letter W.]] There is zero indication that this is what you have to do, and even after realizing it, it still makes little to no sense. This was altered in the Steam version to [[spoiler: using the dots on the information poster, next to the word "work," to represent binary. A bit simpler, but still a stretch.]]
* MultipleEndings: The game has twenty-five, all depending on what you do (or [[RewardingInactivity don't do]]); as such, context of how to get the ending is important in understanding it. Of these endings, the first [[UpToEleven eleven]] are present in all versions of the game, while the remainder are Steam only.
** [[WaitingPuzzle Peace]]: [[spoiler: You literally touch nothing. After some time, your coworker comes back, and the same beginning dialogue loops until you restart. In the Steam version, your coworker jokingly asks if an apocalypse would've happened while they were gone. A poster of a divine figure appears on your wall.]]
** [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Shutdown]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button so much that the TV screen goes dead. A paper which looks like a formal reprimand appears on the wall.]]
** [[WeaponOfMassDestruction Mushroom]]: [[spoiler: You push the big red button, causing a switch to pop up. You then flip the switch, and push the button again, leading to the city you are monitoring blowing up. A poster of a giant mushroom that reads "I ♡ Mushrooms" appears on the wall.]]
** [[NightmareFace Satanic]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button twice, causing a panel of Roman numerals labeled I, II, and III to pop up. In the itch.io version, the number of lines that make up the barcode on the informational poster equates to the code - 213121. In the Steam version, the strange ladder drawing on the informational paper becomes Roman numerals when turned to the right - 132231. Two new panels open up, one of them with a lever; you pull the lever to the left. A 0-9 keypad appears. Using the bottom row of Braille for itch.io and the top row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 1066, Steam's is 8367). Inputting this into the keypad causes a 7x7 panel to appear. You create a pentagram on this panel, causing a frightening face to appear on the screen as it begins to drip blood. A poster with a pentagram and skull appears on the wall.]]
** [[TheIlluminati Illuminati]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times, unlocking the hammer. With the hammer, you smash the TV screen, revealing a button behind it with a question mark symbol on it. Pressing it causes the entire screen to shake furiously before suddenly cutting to the beginning of the game. In the Steam version, the screen suddenly shifts to an Illuminati eye, with four small symbols in the corners of the screen, before the game suddenly crashes. A poster of the Illuminati symbol that reads "True?" appears on the wall.]]
** [[{{Prehistoria}} Back to the Past]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the second keypad appears. Using the top row of Braille for itch.io, and the bottom row of the math equation for Steam, you will get the second code (itch.io's is 3748, Steam's is 8232). After punching this in, a clock with a date on it appears at the bottom of the screen. Pushing the left arrow causes the screen to show what appears to be a woolly mammoth as the date on the clock changes to say "-99:99:9999". A poster of a person that appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Doc Brown]] is placed on the wall.]]
** [[BadFuture Back to the Future]]: [[spoiler: Everything is done exactly the same as in Back to the Past, but when the clock appears, you push the right arrow. This causes the clock to read "24:10:2077" as the screen shows the city from before, but completely destroyed. The moon also seemed to be coming apart, as if it has been blown up. A poster of what appears to be [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]] appears on the wall, connected to the previous poster of Doc Brown.]]
** [[RemixedLevel Yin-Yang]]: [[spoiler: You push the red button several times and unlock the screwdriver. With the screwdriver, you open the screwed on panel to reveal four colored buttons. Using the misspelling of "GRAB" on the poster, you push the buttons in a certain order (for Steam, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue; for itch.io, it's '''G'''reen-'''R'''ed-'''Y'''ellow-'''B'''lue), causing the world on the screen to be inverted in both position and color. A poster of the yin-yang symbol appears on your wall.]]
** [[UnrealisticBlackHole Black Hole]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the 7x7 keypad appears, another keypad with numbers 1-4 also pops up. In the itch.io version, following the numbers on the information flyer, these must simply be pressed in order (1-2-3-4). In the Steam version, the flyer has numbered them out of order. Following this, you punch in 1-2-4-3. This causes a black hole to appear out of nowhere and engulf the city. A poster with what appears to be an opening black hole is placed on the wall.]]
** [[KillerRobot Robot]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic, but when the lever pops up, you pull it to the right. A panel with only two buttons, 0 and 1, appears, with the word "Bender" in the middle. In the itch.io version, the solution comes from the word "work," specifically the binary code for the letter W - 01110111. In the Steam version, the dots on the poster next to the word "Work" hold the solution - 0010001. This causes a massive robot to appear and destroy the city, and a poster of [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Bender]] that reads "Kill All Humanz" appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlyingSaucer UFO]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Back to the Past, until both hatches open. In both versions, the solution corresponds to the arrows on the information flyer; on the hatch which says "Don't do it!", click the top left and top right buttons in order (left-right-right-left). This causes a UFO to appear and level the city with a laser ray. A poster with a [[VideoGame/SpaceInvaders space invader]] appears on the wall.]]
** [[FlamingMeteor Asteroid]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 7x7 panel and 1-4 panel pop up. Using the bullet point labelled 3 on the informational flyer and the "look and say" sequence, the player must input 1-2-1-1 (as in, one 1, one 2, two 1's). A small keyboard that makes three unique notes appears. You must match the 8-bit notes that pop up in the game's theme. Doing this causes asteroids to rain down on the city, and a poster of what appears to be a lizard recreating the {{Film/Ghostbusters}} logo appears.]]
** [[Literature/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. You click the red button a few more times to produce the screwdriver. With it, you unscrew the small panel of wires connected to the screen, causing a dimmed number screen to appear at the bottom of your console. You then click the "Don't do it!" paper several times until it comes loose, revealing the name Pisano Leonardo, discoverer of the Fibonacci sequence. Using this, the player must input the first nine numbers of the sequence (011235813). Doing so causes what looks to be a massive demon to rise up from below the city, presumably conquering it. A poster of Cthulhu appears on the wall.]]
** [[GaiasVengeance Panda]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as UFO initially. On the informational paper, underneath the directional arrows that one would normally follow for UFO, the word "correct" can be read upside down. The player must do the opposite of the original code for UFO (bottom right-bottom left-bottom left-bottom right). This causes a small counter with the number "276" written on it to appear. The player must click the grey button 276 times and then push the red button. This causes a massive overgrowth of vines and other plants to level the city. A poster with the image of a panda appears.]]
** [[GameWithinAGame City Boom]]: [[spoiler: You hit the restart button repeatedly until a mini game called "City Boom" pops up on the screen, which requires you to hit the red button repeatedly in order to drop bombs on the city in an effort to level it completely. Clearing the level causes a sticker of a small airplane to be placed on your console.]]
** [[FetusTerrible Bloody Baby]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the hammer and smash the red button with it. This causes an alarm to begin blaring. You smash the button repeatedly until a bloody fetus emerges from it, and with it, several bloody organs pop out of many spots on the console. Essentially Whac-A-Mole; you must whack all of the organs and the baby itself repeatedly, until you can kill it. A strange poster with what appears to be bloody entrails and a smiling heart appears on the wall.]]
** [[Franchise/StarWars Death Star]]: [[spoiler: You unlock the screwdriver and remove the instructional panel, revealing three clocks. To proceed with the ending, all three clocks must be lit with a green light - the only way to achieve this is to have your system's clock set to midnight. This causes a small punch card to appear. The player must input the number of red dots on each row into the roman numeral panel. This causes a massive beam of light to completely eradicate the city from existence. A small poster with an image of the Death Star appears.]]
** [[SugarBowl Happy]] [[HellOfATime Buildings]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Panda until the small counter appears. You must hit the grey button 666 times and push the red button, causing a panel with strange lit up symbols on it to drop down from the ceiling. You must shut off all symbols except the four which are visible in Illuminati. Doing so causes the city to develop smiley faces and begin bouncing up and down happily. The poster of the skull and pentagram, originally obtained in Satanic, changes to show the skull now bearing horns and glowing red eye sockets, while the poster itself appears to have been burned at the edges.]]
** SandWorm: [[spoiler: To complete this ending, City Boom, Bloody Baby, and Death Star must already be completed. Follows the same path as Satanic until the lever appears; after pulling the lever left and inputting the usual code, the player must also use the inverted arrow code at the "Don't do it!" panel. You remove the informational flyer with the screwdriver, and using the letters and numbers behind it, you form a sort of cross on the 7x7 panel by treating the letters as a grid system (B4, D1, D4, D7) and completing the pattern with the missing associated button (F4). Doing this causes a diamond to appear. You then use the poster from Bloody Baby (the bloody entrails) to get the next code number; 4020. Doing this causes a crack to appear in the console. You then open the screwed on panel that contains the colored buttons. To get the last clue, you must have seen the completion screen from City Boom, which showed flickering letters that gave away the color scheme - '''Y'''ellow-'''R'''ed-'''B'''lue-'''B'''lue. Lastly, a panel with a hexagonal socket opens up. You insert the diamond here and push the button. This causes a massive worm to come up from the ground, engulfing the city whole. A poster of a sand worm appears.]]
** [[VideoGame/TheStanleyParable Stanley Parable]]: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, at least five endings must be completed. Follows the exact same path as Shutdown. After restarting, the screen shifts to say, "Awaiting input." The player must push the red button, and all the new red buttons that appear, until the screen says, "Thank you for cooperation. You got the job, Stanley." A small ID card with the name "Stanley" on it appears on the wall.]]
** VideoGame/PapersPlease: [[spoiler: To initiate this ending, the Stanley Parable ending must be completed. By clicking the passport at the floor of the booth, a denial and approval stamp appear above the passport, as a person wearing an Anonymous mask stands in front of a height measuring wall. Denying him causes a dark sky to cover the city as flags pop up from the buildings. A small badge from Arstotska is clipped to the screen.]]
** [[EarthquakesCauseFissures Earthquake]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Mushroom until the switch pops up. Next to the red button is an arrow pointing right; clicking the spot next to this arrow causes a small arrow button to appear, pointing in another direction. Follow the sequence of these arrows until a 3x5 grid pops up. The player must click the buttons on the grid until the entire grid is lit up. Following this, a massive earthquake splits the city in half. A small badge of the Earth split in two will be attached to the screen.]]
** [[TwoDSpace Space]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Robot until the "Bender" panel pops up. Below this, a small hand lamp appears. Picking it up and moving it across the console reveals a massive amount of hidden text. In particular, a code to the left of the screwed on panel appears, revealing the code number ([[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey 2001]]). You reset the ending and then follow the same steps as Satanic until the 0-9 keypad pops up. Type the code in to reveal a dialer with letters that can spell out a word. Spell out PLUTO and push the button, receiving a key. With the screwdriver, open the colored button panel and hit the red button repeatedly to open up a keyhole. Put the key in, and a rocket will shoot into space. A small rocket badge will be taped to the screen.]]
** [[UnderwaterCity Water]]: [[spoiler: Follows the same path as Space until the small hand lamp appears. You use the lamp to hover over the "Don't do it!" text, which reveals that the word "dot" is highlighted. Using this, you must input the Morse code for "dot" into the console, using the "Bender" panel (with 0's representing dots and 1's representing dashes). This causes the city to be completely flooded.]]
** [[OmegaEnding Coffee]]: [[spoiler: For this ending, you must have completed all the other endings. Hit restart and your coworker will again ask you to watch the screen, but with added dialogue. Your coworker tells you that the console is really a coffee machine and tells you to help yourself. You click the red button and a cup of coffee appears, followed by the end credits on the screen.]]



* RewardingInactivity: Alternatively, you can sit back for about a minute perfectly obeying the game's title instruction. [[spoiler: And an achivement for waiting 3 minutes longer.]]

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* RewardingInactivity: Alternatively, you can sit back for about a minute perfectly obeying the game's title instruction. [[spoiler: And an achivement achievement for waiting 3 minutes longer.]]


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* TrialAndErrorGameplay: No instructions are given regarding how to play the game. Only random guesses and a bit of InsaneTrollLogic can help you complete all the endings.


** A more subtle version: [[spoiler: The roman numerals for the code 132231 are a palindrome so that regardless of how it's rotated, it can be easily read as the correct code.]]

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** A more subtle version: [[spoiler: The roman numerals for the code 132231 are a palindrome so that regardless of how it's rotated, it can be easily read as the correct code.]]


As of December 7th, 2016, the game has an UpdatedReRelease on Steam, called Please, Don't Touch Anything [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D]]. In addition to 3D graphics, the new version includes a room around the panel, small changes both to finding the endings and the endings themselves, and five brand new endings.

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As of December 7th, 2016, the game has an UpdatedReRelease on Steam, called Please, Don't Touch Anything [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D]]. In addition to 3D graphics, the new version includes a room around the panel, small changes both to finding the endings and the endings themselves, and five brand new endings. \n Every ending is cool.





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** UpToEleven in the 3D version, where the black hole sucks in the entire room-except for the panel, screen, and you. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics It also reflects exactly what you're seeing for some reason.]]

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** [[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it.

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** [[spoiler: The Illuminati ending no longer closes the game, meaning you don't have to restart it. ]]


* ShoutOut:
** The poster unlocked for the [[spoiler:Back To The Past/Future endings]] resembles [[{{Film/BackToTheFuture}} Emmett Brown and Marty standing in front of a certain DeLorean]].
** [[spoiler: The Future ending takes the city to [[{{VideoGame/Fallout}} October 23, 2077 where it looks destroyed.]]]]
** One panel designed to accept "0" and "1" is labelled [[spoiler:[[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} "Bender".]] Entering the right binary code causes a robot to appear and destroy the city. The use of binary is in itself a reference to "Bender's Big Score".]]
** [[spoiler: Shining the lamp on it also shows [[Literature/TheTwelveChairs "Ostap"]] written above it.]]
** The poster unlocked in the [[spoiler:[[{{VideoGame/SpaceInvaders}} Space Invaders ending"]] is of one of the aliens.]]
** [[spoiler:The Panda Ending]] is so-called because the poster unlocked for it resembles the World Wildlife Fund logo.
** [[spoiler: After pushing the red button 70 times in one game session, [[VideoGame/TheStanleyParable "AWAITING INPUT" appears on the city screen. Completing this gives you an employee ID with the name "Stanley" on it]]]].
** [[spoiler: Occasionally an [[VideoGame/PapersPlease Arstotzka passport]] will come up that the player must reject for one of the endings.]]
** [[spoiler: By using the UV light on the panel, you can find [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda the Triforce]] and VideoGame/PacMan, amongst other things]].

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