• mouse to interact
  • drag and drop tapes into your tape decks
  • arrows keys or WASD to move the camera
  • explore and look for clues

Full walkthrough

A full, spoilery walkthrough is available here.


You find yourself stuck in a dark place. Can you break the loop? Can you find all 4.5 endings?

(Spiritual successor of one rooms and H.M.S. Relentless Puzzler.)

Release date Oct 05, 2020
Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
GenreAdventure, Puzzle
Made withHaxe
TagsAtmospheric, Ludum Dare 47, Pixel Art, Point & Click, Retro
Average sessionA few minutes
LinksLudum Dare


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This is a really engaging puzzle premise! I also really the like the way you use the room rotations with the traditional point-and-click mechanics. I would love to play a longer adventure game in this style!


I love the graphics and atmosphere!

And the first door after you get 3 cassettes it became a bit too hard to continue playing tbh...

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This was really cool! I very much enjoyed the idea of the music component and the humor of this. The design was really cool! I had a huuuuuuge amount of trouble with getting the tapes to line up, so I had to cheat the entire time to get to the end. I don't know if it matters to you, but here is why I gave up:  I  could understand that I needed to play one tape and then the other to fill the 3rd door.  I played each one individually to figure out that tape 1 needed to start at 7 and tape 2 needed to start at 1 to fill all those holes. What was REALLY confusing was the fact that the tapes don't start playing left to right - they follow that line that sweeps left to right after you've played one tape. I just couldn't wrap my mind around it. I need more of a tutorial to know how to figure out how this works. Or I need an "easy mode" where the notes are NOT added to the moving line sweeping left to right. Instead, the notes are always added left to right when you hit the play button. 

Then again, maybe I'm just bad at this. But it's just too dang hard, yo. And I really want to know if anyone else had as much trouble as I did!! 

PS - Thank you SO MUCH for the walkthrough. I couldn't have enjoyed the whole thing without it.

Thanks for all your hard work! I hope to see more of your works in the future!