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I got lost, thinking there was more to explore at some point, but it was a very interesting place to get lost in.

The name of the game -  A structure of unknown origin - reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode title. No need for the rest but points for atmosphere!

Hi, I'm currently making a series where I play through every game submitted to the Wretched Weekend Jam, and yours was the 22nd game I played!

The game was really interesting, very simple in appearance, but it was quite addictive exploring the whole structure trying to find more and more scrawls on the walls of people lost before me. 
I'm not sure if I found them all? I must have been close! Also, there was a slight issue with the lights going completely black at certain points, but nothing to severe.

Here's the video for those interested (time stamps in description):

couldn't finish the game because the lighting kept bugging out and going pitch black even when i had flashlight/glowsticks out :(


Beautiful brutalism. And what Kevin said. Second game in video, timecode 2:15

I can't get over how much I like this title. It's just the sort of name that's right up my alley and, I was looking forward to playing this from the moment I saw the name. The maze-like concrete tomb was well-constructed, and I enjoyed exploring the space while seeing the writings of others that shared my same fate.

Is the game finished and needs no more updates?

It's finished in the sense that it was created for a 48-hour game jam and released -- it's not meant to be a "full" experience. I do have plans to patch in an actual ending but I'm not sure when I will get it implemented.

atmospheric architectural puzzlebox. Oma, 2994.