Infinity CCC is an entirely interactive game by Click. :) https://www.chujia-design.com/cccccc (click this link to click) Infinity CCC simulates the work of ClickFarm, creating a world where clicking to get 'monetization.' By continually clicking, this game is also a metaphor for the phenomenon people are always getting information from their electronic devices. Do we need these information? Are we driven by someone to "clicking"? Some of the game's resources come from the Unity Asset Store and online resources. They are free to use or have been paid for. Most of the posts on the "TikTik" screen come from the "TikTok" front page recommendations.
Infinity CCC is an entirely interactive game by Click. Infinity CCC simulates the work of ClickFarm, creating a world where "monetization" is created through clicks. Playing the game by constantly clicking quickly is also a metaphor for how people are constantly getting information from their electronic devices. Are they really needed? Is "clicking" something we do, or is it something we're driven by?The invisible (opaque) nature of the machine gives capitalists plenty of opportunities to extract profits, such as creating more fake online attention through ClickFarm, or creating more addictive possibilities through algorithms that steal user data. The simple act of "clicking" is the most immediate and fundamental action that causes these events to happen, and we can't accurately predict its consequences, but we keep repeating the action.On the other hand, repetitive tasks such as "ClickFarmer" have not disappeared as technology has evolved. Low barriers to entry and high reporting benefits have encouraged more people to participate. The scene of the game simulates a very homogenized office, integrating into the endless clicking crowd, and getting higher points through simple clicking and surviving in the game.Ultimately, the game asks the player to think about where the consumer is in the chain of benefits triggered by a click, and the significance and value of the click to the player. Some of the game's resources come from the Unity Asset Store and online resources. They are free to use or have been paid for. Most of the posts on the "TikTik" screen come from the "TikTok" front page recommendations.
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