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What a nice comment! Thank you for playing our game. Glad you liked it! :)

Try Blender <3

We wish to submit Utopias.
BLM ✊🏿

The subtitle of the project is Navigating Without Coordinates. We are uncertain if we can achieve our utopian ideals and we have come to embrace that. During the long development time of the project, we became aware that “utopia” was not necessarily a place or an idea we could attain but rather a process of trying to navigate the territory that lies between us and change. This very much describes the practical process of learning to organize a collective. Utopias is a viewport into this process.

oh cool, thank you :)

TBD but we should have an answer soon!


Thank you for playing Utopias Wallace! Glad you completed the experience!

Thanks Vampire!

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Thank you @Crawlspace. We are working on it! :)


thanks for playing :)

We too!!!

thank you for streaming! you win the title of first Lets Player of Utopias ✨

Comments like this make it all worth it for us. Thank you for playing, and sweet dreams :)

Thank you very much.

Unfortunately I doubt we will be able to update this project as MacOS is evil for small time game creators and we are focused on our next release. Follow us on itch or social media for release of Utopias, coming soon!

Data Mutations should always run on windows, if you have a virtual machine or a friend with a windows comp.




The texts, like all the assets in Data Mutations, were created prior to the actual development of the games. The text absolutely does have an initial intention, but it is given a new meaning in each game separate from that of the original author. Think similar to sampling in music.

The ending of G-moll can be unlocked by immersing yourself in the generative landscape, taking in the virtual scenery and when you feel ready, pressing alt-f4 :)

thank you :)

Congrats on winning! (we think)


thanks :)