A downloadable game for Windows

«Join me for this thought experiment.»

You are going to be driving a garbage truck on a small island, to collect the trash produced by some vacational villas.

It doesn't matter if you don't have a license or any experience driving. It's a private island: traffic rules, along with many other rules, don't apply here.

The only thing that matters is that it's just a couple of hours a day, it pays A LOT, and you can enjoy yourself in one of the villas while you're not on the job.

For this thought experiment imagine this is something down your alley, because today is your first day on this job.

Install instructions

If you find an error when executing the game that says something similar to "missing windows visual c++" try to download UEPrereqSetup_x64.zip and install the prerequisites. If it's still failing, maybe your computer doesn't satisfy the minimum specs. You can find more information and potential solutions here.

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SunsetShift.zip 303 MB
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UEPrereqSetup_x64.zip 38 MB

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Este juego es asombrso <3

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Me encantó la percepción que tuve al jugarlo del daño que se puede hacer sin querer o sin querer verlo cuando nos nubla cierta ilusión. Disfruté mucho por la isla y, para mi (dis)gusto contribuyendo al deterioro ambiental. ¡Enhorabuena!

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Wow. This wasn't what I thought it was going to be. Great graphics and control but the message of the game plays all through the game depending on when you see it and how it affects you. Great stuff.

 
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Love the obvious but basically unspoken message mixed with the social/relationship/human aspects. As always, you handle strong topics which I highly appreciate & combine that with beautiful music, visuals etc. 🧡 It was awesome timing that I played this right before my first driving lesson 😂 Congratulations on the release- looking forward to your next title 🥳 Thank you for your work 💕

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been following deconstructeam really closely and loved your previous collaboration with them, and this one is also amazing. 100% checking out other stuff by you guys :)

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The concept is surprising, the message is thought-provoking.

I really like the polly low graphics and the colors, and I would like to know if a Native version for Linux would be a possibility?

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Sorry we don’t have plans for linux. The reason is that we only have one programmer and no way to test if the linux version has some bugs, so we decided to exclude it.

Thanks for the quick response.

I have seen someone who has already managed to get it to work on Linux, but I don't have the skills to do what he did, I would like a real version for my PC.

I'm willing to do the tests if you agree to compile for Linux.

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Super Beautiful concept. So polished gameplay. If anyone wants to play in Ultrawide with correct FOV, go to:

C:/Users/<YourUser>/AppData/Local/SunsetShift/Saved/Config/Windows/ and open Engine.ini with text editor and put this at the end:

[/script/engine.localplayer]

AspectRatioAxisConstraint=AspectRatio_MaintainYFOV

Later, check the file as ReadOnly to prevent the game change it. 

If the Developer add this to the DefaultEngine.ini in his Unreal project, we dont will need to do this.

It would nice too if Widgets not fixed left to right screen, to properly show in ultrawide, but is normally dont get in mind this resolutions. If you put the widget with a maximum 1920 of Width and aligned to center, in ultrawidescreen will shows up as Widescreen screen experience.

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Thanks for the tips for ultra wide implementation, we don’t have an ultra wide screen so it’s easy to forget. I don’t think we’ll add support for ultra wide in this project but we’ll have it in mind for the next ones!

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Thank you. Works for me.


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good colors

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played a little bit but this is so cool

I don’t expect this to ever happen but wheel support would be so good for this game, especially if there’s force feedback when the terrain gets bumpy? Ah, it would be perfect

still, even with gamepad it satisfies my driving urges, I will defined keep playing it later 

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It made me think and feel a lot of things. Like, how relative happiness is. And how easy can life get having the right connections hahaha.

And that nothing is perfect, even if they try to convince you that it’s.

What a nice experience. I miss summer already. Thanks for the game!

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love how the piles of garbage got progressively larger, made me laugh. Would love a save option in the future !

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So cool!

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Fun!

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i like this