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**This current version is for an exhibition at Denny Dimin gallery in New York from May 23-June 30, 2019** This software is morphable to what you want it to be. It can be a small database of games, a downloadable art show, a simulation, a moving painting, an album, an existential crisis, a talisman, a play, a meditation, a spell, a forest, a distopian nightmare, a joke. The amount of interaction and exploration is not a ton. If you explore and play through everything it would take maybe an hour or so at most. -There are small games and walking sims to play on machines in abandoned buildings. -You can chat with other players in the multiplayer mode and see if they are human or machine -There is a band and a small secret lair -There is no beginning or end -There is no winning or losing And there is an infinite, dramatic cycle of accumulation and destruction: Hit the number 3 key. You can choose the perspective of 3 NPC actors or a stage overview. They are acting out an absurdist play. They are the sole survivors of a human apocalypse. They are trying to procreate to start civilization over again but theyre having a hard time. They are sending emails to nowhere, gossiping, meditating, taking naps, cleaning up. Theyre collecting artifacts around the stage and building a machine. When the machine is done it generates an AI and then blows up. To see what the NPCs do you can leave the simulation on at a party, in a room while you are doing other things, etc. It could run for many hours and you will see, read and hear different things. If you have a few computers you can link them up and see different perspectives at once. With multiple channels of the atmospheric sounds it becomes a sort of instrument or generative album as well. Before you download, I encourage you to download the 100+ page manual which I am giving away for free. Click the View the manual on the right hand side of this page and download it. Music by: Glamour Lakes - glamourlakes.bandcamp.com X-Coast - soundcloud.com/x-coast RipCD - ripcd.bandcamp.com ****************** -This is not for everyone. If youre looking for some fun, addicting type game with slick mechanics do not download this. -Play in single player mode, start a server or join a server. LAN works but usually from the .exe directly rather than from the app inside Steam.

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System requirements
Windows Requirements
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.4Ghz
  • Memory: 8 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 750 or higher
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
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