Please, Don’t Touch Anything adds more things to touch

A free update has hit accidental holocaust simulator Please, Don’t Touch Anything, adding a bunch of new things to touch.

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Six new endings have been added to the game for free, offering yet more bizarre and weird conclusions for persistent clickers to unlock.

Please, Don’t Touch Anything puts players in front of a panel with a red button. By experimenting and clicking around, Things Happen, eventually leading to one of about 16 endings (and now six more). These endings often involve nukes, or other terrible things happening, because you just couldn’t keep your hands to yourself.

The six new endings are apparently connected to the older ones, with the devs suggesting “You might find it useful to delete your save and start the game over.”


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