Michael Mateas and Andrew Stern have finally unleashed Fašade upon the world. Fašade is an experiment in interactive storytelling. In it, you visit the apartment of your friends, Grace and Trip, whose marriage then starts to tear itself apart in front of you. You can be a spectator, just watching what happens, or take part and try to steer what happens in various directions. Fašade is currently available for Windows only, and requires a 1.66 GHz Pentium, 1 Gb of disk space, and can be downloaded via Bittorrent or a mirror such as Gamespot.