Cool little game! I'm a huge fan of short, surreal experiences where you wonder around vast landscapes, and this managed to scratch that itch for me. There were a few things that didn't really sit well with me, however.
Making a direct comparison to NaissanceE may be a bit reductive, but this feels like the desert section from that game if it was much larger and there was a dust-storm constantly obscuring your vision and killing you. There is very little indication of which areas are safe; sometimes buildings protect you, sometimes they don't. I tried following a trail of rocks, that kept me safe, until it didn't. I'm not inherently against the idea of there being a storm, but if it's difficult to make out where you're supposed to go next, being punished with death for exploring randomly or trying to get a better vantage point feels doubly frustrating.
Also, I didn't know the game could be saved manually from the pause menu, so I got sent back to the very beginning a few times. I know that is mostly my own fault, but autosaves whenever you activate a new record player could be nice.