My Memory Of Us | PC
My Memory Of Us release date for PC:
December 2017 | Worldwide
Game mode: single player
0 Expectations: 9.1 / 10 calculated out of 8 players' votes.
My Memory Of Us is an adventure game telling about the friendship of a boy and girl during times of war. It has been created by independent Polish studio of Juggler Games and promoted by IMGN.PRO company. Though My Memory Of Us tells a fictional story and is set in non-existing world, it is clearly inspired by authentic experiences of Poland under German occupation during World War II, especially the situation in Jewish ghettos.
The story of My Memory Of Us for PC / Windows takes place in fictional city that felt under the rule of Evil King and his army of robots. Some districts have been separated from others by high wall and used to accommodate the so-called “worst part of the society”. In this new and cruel reality, two children – the heroes of this story – try to avoid being separated and survive these harsh times. As already mentioned, the plot references tragedies of average people during World War II – especially those forced to live in Jewish ghettos.
My Memory Of Us’ story is given mainly not through dialogues, but events that players witness on screen. There is also a simplified dialogue system based on symbols – instead of words, bubbles are filled with icons, giving character’s speeches a universal meaning. The story is nostalgic and grotesque at the same time, with a bitter-sweet humorous parts appearing from time to time.
My Memory Of Us for PC / Windows is an adventure game with platformer’s features that uses 2.5 perspective. Players control two characters – a boy and a girl – that have different skills. They can be operated separately or as a pair with abilities of a leading character. Working together and supporting each other, they can overcome all obstacles and solve puzzles prepared by developers.
PC / Windows’s My Memory Of Us stands out with its unique visuals with black and white being contrasted with red elements. The style is somewhat naive and closer to animated fairy-tales than realistic productions.