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found-footage horror game about the scars we leave on land, and how they heal. Explore a local defence factory as an urban exploration youtuber.  A 15 minute horror experience.

take only pictures, leave only rot.

The Linux build has not been tested, and the mac build may also have ongoing issues - please contact me if you encounter any errors.

Featuring sfx by Imphenzia
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Made withUnity
TagsAtmospheric, Creepy, found-footage, Horror, Short, vhs, Walking simulator
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


Get this game and 791 more for $10.00 USD
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Buy Now$8.00 AUD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8 AUD. You will get access to the following files:

SeetheAndScabLinux.zip 91 MB
SeetheAndScabMac.zip 86 MB
SeetheAndScabWindows.zip 112 MB

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Loved this

It took me a little while to work out what I had just experienced, I went in thinking I was exploring a spooky abandoned factory. Maybe some monster, maybe something really dangerous happened here. Yet all I found was barrels and some sort of Living Mass consuming the factory.

It was only after playing I realised, Wow we just watched our character die from Rapid Radiation Poisoning. How much Chemical Waste must have been hidden there, and you went in without realising it. It really is a unique horror game, that the narrative is really dark when you realise what is actually going on.

Very, very spooky. I enjoyed this immensely.

creepy and like the message

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On the linux build, it seems like the game seizes up on "seethe and scab" but im not sure if that's because i got the "bad end"

so if that's intentional, it seems to run fine on linux!

Aside from the shadows, the shadows don't seem to project well, shadow of the table seems to float above it more than be projected forward from it. Not sure if that's a linux thing tho

Oh also this is super cool, it's clear a lot of work went into this

oh right i did run into: it doesn't handle 21:9 resolutions well, just chops the top and bottom off

When you look at the album of pictures after the game ends is there something special about the extra pictures? Or is that just there to show off ones you liked


I'd like to buy this, but I cannot justify $10 for such a small game.  


Thats fair! If you want it (and a heap of other cool games) you can get it as part of the Ukraine Bundle for the same price

But in terms of price, its $10 because it took me upwards of 3 months to make on my own, working in my spare time - so at least 500+ hours of work for $10. As well its only 10 mins because it would have taken longer, and more labour for me to polish and execute to a level I am proud of a larger experience. What your paying for when you buy something like this though isn't just the game - it's also the creator's next game and the game after that. Your not just paying for one thing - your telling this person whose art you like, "Hey, I want to see where you go next, and I'm willing to support it"

tl:dr if you wanna play it but don't wanna pay that much go buy the Bundle for Ukraine, but $10 is a small price to pay to support someone continuing to make art you want to see in the world.


Can't wait to play this! I do love me some Max games.


Such an atmospheric scenario with creepy graphics and uncomfortably scary sound design.

I love it!