A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

"CRTs are ancient, right?" is a fast-paced and somewhat funny take on the stealth and FPS genres, providing multiple ways to deal with the threats in each level.

Do you rampage through, killing all who oppose you, or stealth it up like a ninja? Brute-force the passwords, or look for clues? Collect all the things, or just make a beeline for the exit once you've gotten your target?

This game's still in development, with no future support being fully guaranteed. Made in 72 hours for Ludum Dare 36: "Ancient Technology".

You can rate the game on the Ludum Dare site here.


  • Two levels (One main "infiltration" style level, and one "brawl" style level)
  • Cheesy CRT-screened computer terminals to muck around on
  • Beanish capsule security guards with revolvers and hats
  • Your hat falls off if you die
  • Your enemies lose their hats too
  • Decent graphics
  • Spazzy-but-funny music
  • Main menu accessible through an in-game terminal
  • All of Unity's default graphics settings, the lower half of which will probably break the game mechanics
  • Still basically a tech demo

Install instructions

Download the zip file and extract it into a new folder.

The Linux zip includes .x86 and .x64 executables, for 32-bit and 64-bit OSes respectively.

There's two Windows builds for 32 and 64, if you use the ol' glass-panes. Make sure you download the right one.

If you're on Mac, you get the coolest variant: a universal build. You can just run the .app file to get in-game. The game might be broken on Macs, I've been unable to run on my MBP (OSX Yosemite, 2015-ish, Retina display, blah blah), and just get a grey screen with audio. Someone else has reported the same bug, minus computer info. If you're playing on Mac, please make sure to leave a bug report with your computer info if the game crashes for you.

NOTE: The stealth mechanics will actually end up breaking pretty badly on low graphics quality; make sure your graphics card is up to the task. You might find monitors nigh-impossible to read on low quality too.


LD36-CRTs-Linux.zip 43 MB
LD36-CRTs-Mac.zip 44 MB
LD36-CRTs-Win32.zip 31 MB
LD36-CRTs-Win64.zip 32 MB