A downloadable heist for Windows, macOS, and Linux

A browser version is available over on newgrounds!

The YEAR IS 30XX and you are on a heist.
Your target? An ERDIUM-160 mining station.
Your issue? Security checks.






Piece the clues together and lie in the most free-form way possible, uncovering 8 different endings.




Explore a tight environment full of quirky characters! Each with their own story, clues, puzzles and mysteries!

JOYFUL WORKER
THE MANAGER
FELLOW TRADER
JESSIE
JAMES
THE JANITOR
JOY-O-BOT

They all need something done!




Brin - Technically an artist
Mathias - Artistically technical
Eszter - Rave musician
James - SFXetremist

font by Daniel Linssen




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WINDOWS (tested) 33 MB
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MAC (tested on Big Sur) 43 MB
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LINUX (UNTESTED!) 49 MB

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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH ive been pulling my hair out to try to get all 8 endings and ive only gotten 2... 2 and its the easyist ones. the erdium one and the arrested one. HOW DO YOU DO THISSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Consult the manual that comes with the game!

i have. ive looked around the entire map and only found erdium

What I would suggest doing, is reading all of the dialogue, and choosing words within it.

If this dosent work i give up

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Well i did it... got two more endings to go... tnx 4 the help! i appreciate it!

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Getting all eight endings was difficult but rewarding!

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Excellent game!
Love the minimalistic art.
The linux version works on Linux Mint 18.3 & 20.2

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Thanks for reporting it works on linux :)

Really cute game! The writing had me smiling throughout, not sure how many endings there are but I like the use of free text entry with the guard.

Feels like a reward for reading the dialogue closely.

Me gustó mucho!

A very fun game! I enjoyed trying to figure out the different ways to get an ending! However, I noticed a bug with the passcode ending. On both web and windows versions, it doesn't display that you achieved a new ending, leading me to believe that there was some sort of error. Other than that, the game was nice!