Here's the concept behind a videogame in the "stealth" genre: you maneuver past a series of puzzles and obstacles, all the while avoiding the virtual gaze of guards, cameras, robot panopticons, etc. This idea has led to some good, even great, games. But in our age of constant, government-sanctioned surveillance, maybe it's lacking verisimilitude. In "Nothing To Hide," created by Nick Liow, you do everything you can to stay within the dystopian government's stare. (Those who don't are shot on sight.) All of your virtual avatar's thoughts and private conversations are automatically "posted" above her head in Facebook-like updates, keeping you informed while you carefully navigate the world.