What Hath God Wrought?  is a series of small games about the telegraph and its cultural and sociological impact in the 19th century. The game features custom hardware for both input and output. Players enter morse code using a hand-built telegraph key, and receive messages from other telegraph operators using a physical telegraph sounder.

The sounder is an actual, authentic piece of vintage 19th century hardware connected to a modern computer. The on-screen visuals are entirely made up of found woodcut illustrations from the 19th century.

Created by: Mike Laze-Walker

Stuff used:
-custom telegraph key
-actual telegraph sounder

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