A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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My first experience with using vinyl record players was at a job using 4 players simultaneously to digitize a school's collection as quickly as possible while in a grey, windowless room. I had to switch between listening to each player, one at a time, for a short period of time while also watching the waveforms they were creating on the screen to make sure that they were not skipping. 
The process of both pressing and playing a record is a series of translations of movements: sound waves to needle to grooves and back again, in this case into digitized files as well. 
A record has a circular shape and rhythm, punctuated by silence and jumps caused by scratches. 
Videogames, saturated with shooting guns and bombs, also have a particular rhythm-- objects (sometimes resembling people) get destroyed and traces are left on indestructible surfaces (a bullet hole in a wall) that go away after a short time or after a restart. 

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
TagsAbstract, artgame, Erotic, Minimalist, Music, Singleplayer, Violent
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, One button, Textless


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rec.zip 51 MB