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Thanks, I appreciate it.  I was dealing with losing my greyhound to cancer at the time this was written.  (I have just received a notification that I had a message, so I hope the 236 days ago wasn't when you actually posted it.)

Wishing you the best.

We are stoked to announce that you can now watch Habitabat Ad Mortem playing itself as a screensaver on your Windows platform.

It has been a while since the likes of Johnny Castaway has been available to watch on your computer during downtime; now you can watch your character in Habitabat Ad Mortem make those life decisions and the affects that they can have over many years.  Each life will have different choices and consequences to determine if death will come early or not and how much debt can be racked up with the choices made.

The game will position and scale itself around the screen, as a proper screensaver should, to ensure that there will be no screen burn on your CRT monitor.

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How would it feel to be able to see our lives from outside and witness our day-to-day routines and life consistently accelerating as we get older; sleeping, working and watching TV, sleeping working and watching TV, ...?

Habitabat Ad Mortem has been created as a life simulation with a call to action and a warning to highlight how easily our routine can dominate our lives. Follow a life knowing how many days there are left to live, seeing each day start to blend with the next unless some action is taken. You can see the affect of an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise on blood sugar, how seeking a promotion can increase blood pressure with the increased hours at the office; your mortgage ever increasing with the interest rates changing throughout the term of the loan. If you were to know all this, what changes would you make to your life?

Habitabat Ad Mortem can be found at at:

Break the cycle,