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Memories Fade

by Riaise

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File size: 18.6 MB
Downloaded: 1,036 times
Graphics: HD, 32-bit color
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25 Feb 2017
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About this game

Made for MAGS February 2017, with the theme "As Time Goes By". After the loss of his beloved wife, an old man seems to be forgetting her. With the help of an old photo, can his son remind him of the good times they once had?

Available for both Windows and Linux.

AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Short Game 2017

AGS Panel Review

"Well written game about a son trying to connect his father with the past he cannot remember anymore. Moving story that is beautifully told."

7 people commented on this game (newest first):

I echo what others have said. This game told a touching story well, using a nice variation of puzzles, well-written dialogue and simple but pleasing art. Well worth a player's time :)
2018-01-21 12:26:36 by Kini
This is a touching game, it took me ~30 mins.
When talking to Dad I always thought, hey, I know this guy from somewhere, so the writing is really good.
I didn't like the finetuning lever puzzle but the cord untangling minigame puzzle is fun.
2017-03-17 12:59:16 by selmiak
A very sweet and heartwarming game with some good puzzles.
2017-03-13 20:20:22 by Blondbraid
I actually quite liked the various puzzles in this. They seemed like a conscious decision to move away from simple item combining (which was good). I even liked the wire untangling puzzle. I thought it was a great way to communicate that sort of problem in the context of a puzzle. This story had a good amount of depth and emotional resonance. Fred's gruff attitude made it very believable. Parts of the photo fading in, and the photo being used as a central anchor for the story were very nice touches! A fantastic game with a great ending!
2017-03-13 07:00:53 by Gurok
Very well done, good puzzles great story telling. All the puzzles made sense (almost, as some cables weren't doing anything ;) ). Really lovely way to tell the story.
2017-03-05 20:24:25 by Cassiebsg
A very lovely and fun game, which I greatly enjoyed. Kind of sad, but at the same time heartwarming.
I also thought the presentation was very nice as well.
2017-03-02 17:38:51 by Danvzare
A lovely little game that's not just entertaining but also gives you something to think (and maybe talk) about afterwards.
Might be a chance to step into the theme after your child played it, too.
2017-02-26 19:22:11 by Tabata
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