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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be locked in a standard steel safe with a magnetic code lock. The safe is to be kept within storage in the E Wing of Site-64. Experiments involving SCP-XXXX will only be carried out with approval from the site director beforehand.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a standard sized, CD-ROM. The disk has a design printed on to it depicting the Foundation's symbol as well as the words "SCP: Site Construction Program" written on it in white lettering. When it was originally retrieved it was held in a case similar in size to other CD-ROM cases. The cover on the case shows a design similar to the disk as well as showing images of SCPs ███, ███ and ███. The disk itself contains a small 1 GB executable file named "SCP_Site_Construction_Program.exe". When the executable file is used, a video game is launched and is displayed on the screen.

The video game is a management simulator and depicts all facilities owned by the foundation in real time. The facilities depicted include sites, areas, buildings under ownership of a Foundation front as well as any structure which is owned by the foundation such as perimeter fences and outposts. It also displays all staff and SCPs in the facilities concurrent to how they are in reality. The anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX become apparent when the facilities are edited in some way. Whenever a new aspect of a facility is edited (such as the addition or removal of corridors, walls or furniture) the edit affects the facility in real life as well as in the game. Any in-game modifications will be anomalously included in the real-world Foundation financial accounts. Along with the structure of facilities, the staff in the facilities can also be controlled albeit, in small amounts1. Commands given by the SCP can range from simple tasks, such as movement and interacting with objects, to more complex tasks, such as tactical co-ordination and combat. After being under the control of SCP-XXXX people describe the experience as being fully aware of their actions but unable to act of their own accord.

Testing has revealed that facilities can be displayed and edited regardless of their current status, even abandoned or destroyed facilities can be accessed and edited through SCP-XXXX. It has also been revealed that if a space is removed while anything is occupying said space, they will be displaced into an adjacent open area regardless of distance. It is unknown how the SCP is able to affect the facilities in this way and the origin of the materials it uses in the modifications, research into its anomalous properties are ongoing. However, what is known is that the object can only affect an area of land up to 4 km away from the edge of the individual facility's perimeter.

SCP-XXXX was retrieved on ██/██/07 in █████, Canada after a local embedded field agent found the the object in a garage sale. After retrieving SCP-XXXX, researchers requested for the seller of the object to be brought in for questioning to help further understand the origin of the SCP.

Addendum XXXX-01: Excerpt from the audio transcript of the interview between Dr. Davis the seller of SCP-XXXX:

Addendum XXXX-02: Excerpt from the first page of a booklet that was contained in SCP-XXXX's case

Now with our brand new game, SCP: Site Construction Program, you too can be the administrator of you own site!
Design your own sites and contain the SCPs!
Help stop containment breaches or start your own!
Take control of the Researchers, Guards and D-Class!

Addendum XXXX-03: The Site Director for Site-64 issued this statement regarding SCP-XXXX:

After receiving many suggestions regarding the use of SCP-XXXX to expand and help with the creation of new facilities, I have this to say.


We barely know what allows it to make these changes to facilities, never mind what effects it could have in the future. We have only been testing with this anomaly for a short period of time and don't know if these structures have a maximum life span and if you ask me I would rather find out though controlled testing. We also don't know where these materials come from. They could be pulled from a different reality, which is worrying in and of itself, or could be taken from somewhere on Earth. I don't want buildings collapsing because we built a large new wing out of concrete which was taken from a nearby city.

In conclusion, I refuse to suggest the use of SCP-XXXX until we can find out more about it in case it isn't as useful as we think it is.

Edgar Holman
Site-64 Director