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A mysterious chemical leak causes an entire city to go on lock down. But is it just your town?

- Average play-time: 15 minutes

- This game was made in 3 days

This game is based on a recurring dream that I had around the time of the initial COVID-19 lock down. This game has been recreated as accurately as I can with my game development skills. Note: The story is not 100% complete as it would require another 10 years of development, but the main story is here (I only cut out approximately 5 minutes of side-quest gameplay) 
Minimum system requirements:
Processor - Intel i3-5005U
Physical memory - 1 GB 
Graphics processor - NVIDIA GeForce 920M
Drive - SSD preferred.
Comments: This game is best played Windowed, because fullscreen mode is broken and doesn't keep the 4:3 style (therefore ruining the atmosphere somewhat)
[Bugs are intentional :)]
If you are having a hard time figuring out the second scene - here's a guide: Scene 2 (void scene) Guide - YouTube
Release date May 14, 2020
Made withUnity
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Exploration, First-Person, Horror, Retro, Short, Unity, Walking simulator
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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I left my body (64bit).zip 1,003 MB

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Source code

Yep you heard me. I'll give you the source code for this game. Even though it's mostly just stolen code and stolen everything.

Note: I won't provide a refund. Provide your REAL e-mail address as I won't be sending it out to multiple different e-mails. I will also be sending it only once.

>"Stolen" - term I used to define borrowed from a CC0/free source.


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I loved this game! Spent a lot more time with it than I originally thought I would. Never did make it beyond the maze though. I talked to everyone I could, but after awhile, I began thinking there are pathways I missed.