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Dig your way down through a deconstructible environment.
Uncover the violence which founds and sustains capitalist modernity.

Extra-special thanks to @small_signs for his detailed comments! Be sure to check out his work here!



Music by So I'm an Islander:
Stelle Stårmfloij (Quiet Storm Surge)

Tradução para Português (BR) - de Marcus Vinicius Santos

Updated 5 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(19)
AuthorColestia
Tagsartgame, leftist, Low-poly, weird
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish, Portuguese (Portugal)
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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SedimentWin.zip 20 MB
SedimentMac.zip 25 MB
SedimentLinux.zip 23 MB

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I loved this, although the mouse sensitivity was very low... I can't figure out if that was a problem with my computer

Hey, I'm really glad you liked it! Sorry about the mouse sensitivity issue - I think it is something hardware specific, because I could never get it to happen on my old computer (and so I couldn't track down the cause)... But I just checked and it is happening on my new computer,  so I'll try to track it down and fix it as soon as possible!

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Thanks a lot for answering!
I've been browsing your games for a bit and I'm liking every single one (especially A Bewitching Revolution)

Thanks! That's really great to hear :)

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Thanks for this - I'm really glad you got so much out of the game! And I like your point about radical left politics mirroring this kind of deeper critique. If all this violence is ongoing / foundational for capitalism, then that means what we need is a radical break from capitalism...

Oh, and if you want to look into the stuff on environmental degradation, I really like Anna Tsing's description of how plantations embodied a particular type of alienation from nature (it's in Chapter 3 of 'The Mushroom at the End of the World').

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Fascinating and inspirational.

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It reminded me of Open Veins of Latin America's epigraph: “We have maintained a silence closely resembling stupidity” (revolutionary proclamation of the Junta Tuitiva - La Paz, 1809).

Admirable work, congratulations!

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Nice!