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I found a gem. A mysterious one that perfectly hits my favor. Another proof that it's worth digging deep into itch.io's games. A highly playable prototype, almost 3 years old, no ratings, no comments as if no one had ever played it (which would be sad). You need to be open-minded to enjoy trips like this game, being able to twist your brain and switch off typical gameplay mechanics you're used to. I love to get thrown into strange virtual worlds with almost no guide where i get the freedom to just try out things and find a way to progress. The more surreal and glitchy it is, the more i love it. If it comes up with some sort of low-level aesthetics, it's even better. But this game goes even further. There is... stuff going on... these different scenes you visit... something makes sense not only from an artistic view... but i can't describe it. 
For some reasons, i felt pretty much welcomed in this game. The minimal art and the use of shaders (one of them looked like some sort of conway cell-automata) had absolutely fascinated me. Some concepts felt similar to my own creations and for the first time, i didn't feel alone anymore... may sound pathetic... but it's nice to know that there are other devs playing around with cyberspacy concepts. 
Awesome! I know i'm 3 years to late but: 
Thank you Firgof for sharing this prototype.