You are a cyborg living out your day-to-day with a synthetic leg. You can update your prosthetic or go straight to work, interact with coworkers and friends, and try out different mobility equipment. The game describes the daily struggles of life as an amputee in an ableist world. Life of a Common Cyborg addresses the lack of disability representation in Donna Harraway’s “A Cyborg Manifesto” using the work of Jillian Weise and her “Common Cyborg” essay as its basis.


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This hit really close to home and I love literally everything about it. I saw a lot of my own experiences as a disabled person in the main character and in just a few minutes I already identified with them super heavily. Nice job. 💕

Thought-provoking and powerful.  I love the concept of a "common cyborg."