A downloadable game for Windows

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Ambient horror game about repairing a radio tower and birdwatching.

[Playtime: <10 minutes]

Look Around
InteractLeft Mouse Button
ZoomRight Mouse Button (hold)
ESC (hold)
Toggle Full Screen
(Lightning is recommended for the experience, but it can be disabled if flashing lights are bothersome)
Toggle Lightning

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Buy Now$3.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Approaches 1.0 (Windows 64bit) 25 MB
Approaches 1.0 (Windows 32bit) 22 MB

Development log


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hey i can't seem to be able to run this on macos 10.15.5. getting a dialog saying that the program couldn't be opened. is it a 64 bit build?

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Firstly, the Mac build is currently broken. I need to take a look into fixing that soon

But also, I should have put a warning out sooner for those out of the loop. MacOS 10.15 and higher have a Gatekeeper that doesn't allow unsigned apps to run easily on your computer. To sign an app, one has to pay Apple $100/year, which is a decision I really don't support. There are apparently workarounds to allow you to run unsigned apps. Here's one possible solution: https://www.imore.com/how-open-apps-anywhere-macos-catalina-and-mojave

But again, Mac build broken for now.


neat lil experience!! short but has a good energy. :)


Thank you for playing!


Hmm, I need a hint since  I spent about 20 minutes matching symbols on the two computers and you mention the playtime being less than 10 minutes. Lovely atmosphere though.

Hmm, did you see a really large flock of birds? And did you look around at the mountains during your last 10 minutes?


Oh, OK I got it that time! Not sure what I did differently- very cool ending though.

Thanks for sticking through it! Possibly it could have been a bug.


I really enjoyed the atmosphere, and I believe I haven't found the real ending just yet! Won't spoil it, but suffice to say, it's a well made  experience.