you can still play the prequel game of "Playing Crazy": the protagonist Ajie is a little boy. One day after drinking, he was carrying fruit and a fruit knife to visit his friends. Xiao Chen, after being drunk, the gods possessed him... When Ajie woke up, he faced Xiao Chen's body lying in a pool of blood, and the endless interrogation that followed.
And this interrogation starts to make you think, is a phone database possessed person really self-conscious...? (In the case of the police killing by the Taiwan Railway, did the defendant have a sense of "autonomy"?) Playing Crazy's show is more interactive than the site's leading game. From the very beginning, Huang Dingyun chose to force the audience to construct the scene of Ajie's murder together. He invited the audience to write the script together, and let the actors play the conflict that the audience hoped on the spot; and the stimulation of sound and light suggested the unstable mental state of Ajie in the audience.
Finally, Huang Dingyun asked volunteers to come on stage to simulate the murder scene, especially the scene where the red-fleshed dragon fruit was smashed. The audience interacting on the stage was forced to cover their hands with sticky pulp, and at that moment, the critical point was indeed crossed with some irony and irony.