A salvage crew finds a wreck drifting in deep space

Move: WASD or gamepad
Interact: Touch highlighted objects

Created by @ultrabrilliant / Audio by davemakes

Made with Bitsy

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(49 total ratings)
Made withbitsy
TagsAtmospheric, Bitsy, Horror, Sci-fi, Short
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Gamepad (any)


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Tremendo juego, me lo he pasado en 39s60


Great experience, incredibly tense.

very very cool

Fantastic, really enjoy the sound work in this one. Having such simple visuals allowed me to really take it in!


Maybe one of my favourite uses of the bitsy engine I've seen. The visuals and audio are wonderful. The writing is wonderfully atmospheric. 

And oh my god the use of audio for your character's breath and how it changes is excellent.

all-round awesome


This reminded me of this fungus that takes control of ants bodies and makes them climb to a place above the rest of the ants colony where the spores can grow and rain down on the other ants, taking control of their bodies too. it's called Ophiocordyceps unilateralis. anyway, loved this game, made me think about ants etc. <3


ultrabrilliant, what can I say, the game was ultra brilliant and it had no right to be so atmospheric with the 5 pixels-space-invader-look but it was! I loved everything about it, up to the individual pixel figures. Fantastic work, can't wait for any future projects. 


Gorgeous little game - love the soundtrack and atmosphere!


I really like it how the colour scheme changes as you progress, very effective! The added breathing with the soundtrack really adds to it too. :D

Great experience! Very cool game :)

this game's super cool! the writing and atmosphere is great but the art is standout - so inventive the way you've used bitsy and the limited palettes.


ooh, very good! can I suggest add bitsy audio so everyone gets the nice soundtrack?


Thanks for the suggestion: the soundtrack is now built into the game!

Great stuff. Don't forget to play it with the optional soundtrack!

really cool. i enjoyed the writing a lot :)