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[[File:Game modes.png|thumb|400px|The game modes]]There are two '''game modes''' in ''[[Papers, Please]]''. Story mode is available from the start, and endless mode is unlocked by entering a five-digit code (62131) given after reaching [[Endings#Ending_20_of_20|one of the twenty endings]] in story mode.
 
[[File:Game modes.png|thumb|400px|The game modes]]There are two '''game modes''' in ''[[Papers, Please]]''. Story mode is available from the start, and endless mode is unlocked by entering a five-digit code (62131) given after reaching [[Endings#Ending_20_of_20|one of the twenty endings]] in story mode.
   
==Story mode==
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==Story Mode==
 
Story mode consists of a [[Timeline|31-day campaign]], with 20 different endings. The story is that an [[Inspector|unnamed male]] [[Arstotzka]]n is chosen via a [[October 1982 Labor Lottery|job lottery]] to work as a border inspector. He will have to earn enough money to cover rent, food and heating [[bills]] each day, and medicine (if needed) in order to keep his family healthy.
 
Story mode consists of a [[Timeline|31-day campaign]], with 20 different endings. The story is that an [[Inspector|unnamed male]] [[Arstotzka]]n is chosen via a [[October 1982 Labor Lottery|job lottery]] to work as a border inspector. He will have to earn enough money to cover rent, food and heating [[bills]] each day, and medicine (if needed) in order to keep his family healthy.
   
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Each day, the inspector will encounter a number of procedurally generated [[Entrant|entrants]] as well as scripted events, such as entrants with unique dialog, documents, or items. The inspector's daily salary is based on performance. Each entrant that is handled according to [[Rulebook|immigration protocol]] is worth 5 [[credits]]; failing to follow regulations will lead to a [[citation]].
 
Each day, the inspector will encounter a number of procedurally generated [[Entrant|entrants]] as well as scripted events, such as entrants with unique dialog, documents, or items. The inspector's daily salary is based on performance. Each entrant that is handled according to [[Rulebook|immigration protocol]] is worth 5 [[credits]]; failing to follow regulations will lead to a [[citation]].
   
===Easy mode===
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Story mode can be played with easy mode set on in the preferences. This will give the inspector extra 20 credits at the end of each day but does not have any other effect on the game. The daily bonus is called ''easy mode crutch'' in the [[End of day screen|end-of-day screen]].
 
Story mode can be played with easy mode set on in the preferences. This will give the inspector extra 20 credits at the end of each day but does not have any other effect on the game. The daily bonus is called ''easy mode crutch'' in the [[End of day screen|end-of-day screen]].
   
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*[[Access permit]] replaces [[entry permit]]s and [[ID supplement]]s
 
*[[Access permit]] replaces [[entry permit]]s and [[ID supplement]]s
 
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