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The JaniTOSS Workstation is the interactive file system found on the BitterMan 500 Computer in the Office. It features yellow text on a dark blue screen, watermarked by the game's logo.
At the bottom of the screen is a reference to the manufacturing company Lemon Computers, referred to in the BitterMan 500 paper advertisement. The text reads "Proudly designed by Lemon Computers in Cauliflower Valley. Manufactured by Nixlife corporation in Hellview Industrial Complex."
The JaniTOSS Workstation can be used like the PDA, in that the player can manipulate a cursor on the smaller screen.
The main menu has three options to choose from, which link to many kinds folders, images (gallery is at the end of the article), documents, error messages, and more. The file tree is outlined below:
Golf.exe -> "This game requires an online connection to play. Please use the EuwPlai launcher and make sure you are running Gas(tm), Phunn(tm) and both EezeeCon clients."
Janitor Simulator 2184
SJ2184.dat -> jibberish
SJ2184.ini -> Leads to list titled SJ2184.ini
E = Exit
W = PayToWin
N = NextCinematic
S = SkipPlay
1 = Pay$100
2 = Pay$220
3 = Pay$450
4 = Pay$800
5 = Pay$2000
F = AskFriendsToBuy
SJ2184.exe -> "This game requires an online connection to play. Please use the EuwPlai launcher and make sure you are running Gas(tm), Phunn(tm) and both EezeeCon clients."
Broom.exe -> Leads to a list of game files:
DATA.wad -> jibberish
PAK0.pak -> jibberish
Game.mpq -> jibberish
PAK1.pk3 -> jibberish
license.doc -> Leads to a truncated "license agreement" titled License.doc:
"TL:DR Basically, don't do anything. You have exactly no rights, whatsoever. Probably best to just go fucking hang yourself right now... But be sure to do it legally or there'll be trouble! Seriously, we can do shit with your corpse!"
SOUNDS.dat -> jibberish
place.cat -> jibberish
con.fig -> Leads to a file containing commands for the game:
BROOM.exe --> Allows the player to "play" a game that parodies DOOM. Movement and actions are limited to those listed in the con.fig file above. Click the red square with an X in the upper left corner to exit the game.
report02-07-2183 -> "Routine maintenance on sector 88. Work time 2 hours 26 minutes."
report13-08-2183 -> "The site was in an appauling state. Biological debris everywhere. They had clearly sent the right man for the job."
report14-08-2183 -> "Unbelievable. How did they do it... in one single day."
report23-08-2183 -> "A fresh chemical leak of some unknown substance into the food processing plant. Work time 7 hours 18 minutes."
report01-09-2183 -> "Routine maintenance on sector 88. For some reason they sent a couple of foul barbarians to assist with the work. The impact on efficiency was dramatic. Work time 14 hours 7 minutes"