You arrived at ancient abandoned oasis. Explore surroundings. Discover hidden secrets of ancient civilisation! Solve mystery.

Note: web version has really poor performance, consider downloading the game or use launcher.


  • WASD - Move
  • Space - Jump
  • Shift - Sprint
  • E - interact

Made for Mini Jam 53: Oasis

Assests by Kenney

Sounds: ImphenziaSidearmstudios

Another note for Mac users: 

If you get an error: "The Application "Oasis" can't be opened.", use launcher to download and launch the game.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 3.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorMXT Games
Made withUnity
TagsAtmospheric, Exploration, Mystery, PSX (PlayStation), Walking simulator
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Nice but could be better 2 stars

(I only rate good games high CoD(call of duty) is a 4 star not even 5! minecraft 3 stars!

Really fun experience ! Short enough for a collecting game and mysterious enough to get me engaged til the end :D totally loved the mood

Maybe the killing water wasn't necessary, I don't really mind but I imagine players with 3 keys descovering its killing property at the very last moment X'D

Its strange only thing kill you is the water. Is interesting puzzle but  need some direction and hints what you need to do. Its frustrating when you open one gate and nothing there. I feel the next key need to be in the new room you discover or something give you direction in what area the keys are. Spend all this time and the ending is disappointing Just BLOW the pyramid  :D. I like the game you need to expand this have potential! And made some lights in the tunnels its dark there. 


Thanks! Yeah, this water is from GTA VC :D

i love it 

Thank you! :)

Short, simple, and engaging. ^_^

The "window shafts" that direct the player to the locations for the gems were quite clever, I thought--and not unfitting with the setting, if I'm not much mistaken.

There didn't seem to be much of an ending, alas--perhaps a little more clarity on what has been achieved on completing the game might have been nice.

But overall, I liked this. ^_^

Thank you for your feedback! I agree, the ending was kind of abrupt(