Me, the Stranger is an autobiographical game, that deals with ideas about autonomy in a society, told through different stories I've experienced growing up in Israel. The game is played with a character walking on a big map. The map contains 8 locations that represent 8 different experiences. When entering each location, a short story about that location begins. These stories describe different experiences, such as army service, having divorced parents, living under constant rocket attack threat, going to an exterritorial university, social alienation, and more.