C:\ONVERGENCE, a narrative-based puzzle game developed by Trisagion Games in 11 days for Major Jam: Isolation


Welcome to CONVERGENCE INC, the world's leader in technological innovation! You are NeurOS, a superintelligent AI. Your task is to find out what happened to the humans who designed you... and left you all alone, abandoned in the desolate shell of what is left of the planet Earth.


Omar Hossain (Epicrider/StaticSavior)

Ben Cuan (64bitpandas)


Ben Cuan (64bitpandas)

Omar Hossain (Epicrider/StaticSavior)

Akhilan Ganesh (aganesh/akcougar)

Eric Qian (EnumC)


Kevin Chu (xKindredKinesis)

Omar Hossain (Epicrider/StaticSavior)

Kapilan Ganesh (kapilan.ganesh)


Omar Hossain (Epicrider/StaticSavior)

Eric Qian (EnumC)


Ben Cuan (64bitpandas)

Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(6 total ratings)
AuthorsKinesix, 64bitpandas, Epicrider, star-wolf, aganesh, EnumC
GenrePuzzle, Simulation
Made withUnity
TagsDOS, Narrative, Post-apocalyptic


Convergence3.0.zip 30 MB


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I've been trying to find a work around, but i cant.

Im at the generators, but i cant get past them because they require me to click UI buttons to enter a number.

The problem is, 0=0 9=0 8=9 7=7, EIGHT is just non existent so im stuck at generator3 door 68. Just because there's no way to type the numbers. and the buttons are broken.

I thought it was a gimic and i have to find a solution, but theres nothing.

Deleted 1 year ago

kinda rounded up and said i finished it when i got to the blue err screen (lmk if there's a true ending, my brain's still recuperating from robot turtle... stuff), but i enjoyed it a ton! i'm a sucker for games that force you to puzzle through old(er) computer interfaces. the challenges were difficult, but not exasperatingly so. there was some turtle frustration, but the game wasn't total frustration. (wink, wink)

it functioned surprisingly well both in-browser and on my 6-year-old toshiba laptop at that. big ups to everyone on the development team, i had a great time!


Apologies for the late response, but thank you for checking out our game! Yes, that is in fact how the game ends. If we weren't under time constraints, it probably would've been longer and more content-packed. But I'm glad to hear you had a good time, and that it functioned fairly well on your devices.

Tinklewinkle approves

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what do I do with the router.exe, I am stuck on it for like 10 minutes, either way this is a interesting and innovative idea

ps: what is the password for server4

I really liked the premise of this game, but I have tried for 15 minutes to guess the password for server1 and I just can't figure it out. 
Is there a hint somewhere that I might have missed?


the password for server1 is foobar

OH. WOW. This was an amazing game. I love the concept of hacking into different things. It really made me think. I love this game but the ending is so unsatisfying! I want to know what happens!


I'm really liking this game so far, but I can't figure out what to do with the router code and what command to use with routerconnect.exe. Really cool format!

I'm stuck in the same place


(maybe only on OSX)

If you don't play the game in full-screen mode the full text of files won't display in the viewer window, even if you scroll to what appears to be the bottom of the file. This means you can't see the password for Server1, which ends up being super confusing.

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I believe this error has something to do with the game's intended aspect ratio, which is 16:9. The game may not display elements properly on different aspect ratios, so I'm sorry that this is preventing you from experiencing the game as intended. 

Unfortunately, I can't confirm when we'll be able to investigate this issue and push a fix due to our current obligations, but we still appreciate your feedback.

For the time being, here are the contents of the file: