A downloadable TSFTGR for Windows

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A small experimental walking simulator in wich you explore a megastructure.

Based on a dream i had once.





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StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
(11 total ratings)
AuthorMoshe Linke
GenreAdventure
TagsAbstract, Atmospheric, blue, brutalism, Experimental, Exploration, megastructure, Short, Walking simulator

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tsftgr.rar 16 MB

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This little game is one of the most disturbing things I've tried in a long time, curiously while I was playing it it reminded me of Inside because of the mega structures that don't seem to make sense for people to walk through. Seeing everything so blue was confusing at first, like seeing a room with green walls (personal experience) all I could think about was the abstract concept of the color blue and how it filled everything.

Something that I suppose I appreciate is that there really is only a narrow path to follow to progress but even so, when taking a turn I easily got lost until a message made me realize that I could not distinguish directions, I suppose that is the same way that one finds You can lose on a beach walking in a straight line, without support points, distances and directions lose meaning really quickly.

Interesting design.

I had a dream just like this, but this space was an office building, and repeated infinitely just like this, but there were weirder kinds of spaces and was also green.

the dream worlds are connected

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Ow.. Anyone else's ears hurt near the end there? Those giant pistons were incredibly loud. :(

What a great art of storytelling! Awesome.

can i ask what you used for the soundtrack? you are the same one who created VoyageE, so i wouldn't be surprised if it was Pauline Oliveros.

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That soundtrack i made on my own with FL Studio ;) And yea I made VoyageE