My Memory of Us Launches Today on PS4/Steam

IMGN released My Memory of Us today, which was developed by Juggler Games. It’s available on PS4 and Steam today, and the Xbox One version releases tomorrow. Narrated by the legendary actor, Sir Patrick Stewart, My Memory of Us is a puzzle-based side-scrolling story of hope and heroism in the face of absolute terror and uncertainty. Created as an ode to the developer’s grandparents and the millions of others who faced occupation during World War II, My Memory of Us begins in The City – a place inspired by pre-Second World War Warsaw, where a young boy and girl from two different worlds come together to be kids, free to play and enjoy life.  War breaks out and the children, faced with forced separation, work together to find ways to stay together and survive the threat of the evil occupation.

Features of My Memory of Us:

  • A moving story about friendship and love in dangerous times

  • Beautiful, sketch-like graphics inspired by naïve art

  • Pair mechanics: take control of two separate characters with different skills and abilities, or control them as a pair

  • A grotesque tale mixed with bittersweet humor

  • The events shown in the game are based on actual stories from the war

  • A dialogue system built around the language of symbolic pictures

  • Various logical puzzles in 2.5D

  • A story that offers deeper meaning, set in historical realities

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