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Papers, Please, the game in which you bureaucratically decide the fate of hopeful immigrants, has surpassed 500,000 copies sold, according to the BBC. Created by former Naughty Dog developer Lucas Pope, Papers, Please was a 2013 favorite among many members of the Joystiq staff.

In a delightful bit of serendipity, Pope and Papers, Please shared the stage with Naughty Dog during yesterday's BAFTA award ceremony. Papers, Please took home the BAFTA for Strategy and Simulation, while Naughty Dog's The Last of Us was crowned Best Game.

Papers, Please is available now on PC, Mac and Linux. Pope is also considering a port for PlayStation Vita.
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