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A short atmospheric horror game for the 2021 Haunted PS1 Summer of Shivers Game Jam. Reach an abandoned facility at the depths of the ocean to figure out what happened. Just some reconnaissance mission, what could go wrong?


  • WASD to move
  • Shift to dive
  • Space to surface
  • F for flashlight
  • RMB to interact
  • E for diving pad
  • ESC for options
Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars
(29 total ratings)
Made withGodot
TagsAtmospheric, First-Person, Horror, PSX (PlayStation), Short, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
LinksHomepage, Twitter, Discord


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i_spoke_to_god_win_x64_1.0.3.zip 271 MB
i_spoke_to_god_win_x32_1.0.3.zip 270 MB


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the style of your games are incredible :D

unknown deep sea
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the concept is cool, but almost all of the game is aimlessly going up and down and almost all instructions are confusing. Repair kit doesn't work, and in my first playthrough i glitched into a pipe.

I LOVED THIS, this game has the potential to be a movie. I know it wasn't all that much, but i love the idea of vine like creatures taking over the divers and stuff. Super interesting and i really hope you make more of this kinda stuff.

I made a video on your game if you're interested :)

I played your game on my channel and I really liked it!  As you can tell for the majority of the game, I'm basically scared to descend the entire time.

At the time I played it, I was initially disappointed it how things turned out at the end (no spoilers), but in retrospect, I still think what you delivered was a pretty scary little experience worthy of praise, that succeeds on its own merits instead of what I initially expected it to be.  Good job.  Please keep making more.

who spoke to the devil then

Good question.


This was tense man!! Great game!

Was a good time from the dive all the way down until the attack, would've been nice to have had something (pseudo spoiler) like a small tendril lead you to the big thing rather than meandering through the darkness for a few minutes kinda killed the pacing until I actually saw the big thing and how to actually get into big thing, but aside from that this was a lovely experience and I hope to see more someday

Thank you for the feedback, yeah thinking back I'd have made a lot of things different but it still was a nice experience making a game for a gamejam. Learning by Doing. A lot more projects are already on their way:).

Nice work, very atmospheric with the sound design and the darkness.

Thank you for your kind words.


hi, big thx for the game. greetings from rosti 😁

Definitely sparked my thalassophobia pretty bad. Good job!

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Awesome! Good to know that I achieved my goal^^. Thank you for your kind words.

Loved it! The movement speed was a bit slow, but I enjoyed it!


muy bueno. pero ojala supiera ingles xD

I couldn't figure out how to fix the visor at the end, but I don't think it was all that necessary.

This was so well done with the environment, the sound design, the graphic style, all of it was very creepy! Loved it! 


Your game is  the second

Your game begins at time 14:47

The darkness of the ocean is horrifying

Full Playthrough No Commentary

Slow pacing and descending into the unknown darkness adds suspense and horror to the game.


Game is visually unique and requires a lot of patience to uncover a deep and disturbing underwater mystery! 

Gameplay begins @ 42:26

Hey! I did a big roundup on a bunch of games in the jam (including yours) with some thoughts on each. Figured I'd share it here for anyone interested!


Thank you for featuring my game in your video!!!

Gave it a small Let's Play 

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Yes I played it and yes I have a youtube. I mean it's practically mandatory at this point. Enjoyed it. God is more wall vaginay than I remember. gg. Also, I found a bug.

Hello, I played this game and it was interesting at first but it got a bit tedious near the end, over all it wasn't too bad, good work :)

I find being underwater to be absolutely terrifying. You did an incredible job at replicating that experience. Great Job! 

I'm glad it turned out that way:).

Show post...


Was a cool game love the style!!

3rd game in vid

I cannot wait to play this when I have time


Good game. Congrats.


The game was really fun! I got lost somehow maybe because I am simple. But otherwise I enjoyed the game!

For me the atmosphere was great!


Hello.~ ( •ω•)ノ

I tried it and small bugs (UI-text/text overlapping) aside, I liked the experience. ~☆ 

I recorded some footage about it and now it's documented. ~❤

Keep developing games and have fun while doing it. くコ:彡

- Sincerely, Magical☆Bunny

I'm aware of the bug but I don't know how to fix it, but I appreciate your feedback, thx for playing it!


I really like this game, the pace was a little slow but I understand because it's underwater deep sea diving. The dark ambience and sounds did make the game scary in regards to the unknown. Good work.

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Slow paced for me. 
The beginning part was impressive. The visual style is unique, although it gets very monochromatic towards the end. With the addition of gameplay and overall mechanics, it's alright, but I did expect something more. 

Edit: Good Luck on the future improvements.

Thx for playing it and the feedback <3.

very good!


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Just to elaborate a little more, I loved the pace of it, the literal sinking feeling was great. The dialogue was engaging, I enjoyed the thoughts of the main character. After the "event" happened, I didn't know where to go for a few minutes. I kept going up thinking that was where I needed to go. Maybe put a lower ceiling on that part so that you cant lose sight of the ground with your flashlight. I found the trail shortly after I realized that up wasn't my direction. Ending was great, very nice design all around. I'll definitely be following your future games! (loved visitor too!)

Awesome, thank you for your support!