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Some Distant Memory Review | Gameplay

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Some Distant Memory Review:

It is a narrative driven exploration video game. You will control a professor in this game who is tasked to discover the sunken city of Houston. Survivors are going through difficult times because their resources are decreasing & a corrupting algae bloom threatens the remaining people. You will be helped in this game by ARORA, an AI who has been humanity’s guiding lantern since the Downfall, & another companion is Commander, an explorer who is protecting you.

Some Distant Memory Review
Some Distant Memory Review

Some Distant Memory Gameplay:

Find clues about what happened to people, & find artifacts.

This game does not contain any violence.

There are many mysteries that you can reveal.

You can complete this game at your own pace. Discover freely, find artifacts, & progress to the next chapter when you are prepared for it.

Some Distant Memory Gameplay
Some Distant Memory Gameplay

300 years have passed since the world has ended. You are discovering the sunken city of Houston with a companion named ARORA, a capable AI who is tasked of recovering memories from left behind artifacts so he will help you out in revealing the mystery.

Everything alters when you fall into the ruins of an old house. While discovering the house, you can revive the memories of the people who lived in this house using the help of ARORA. The game allows you to reveal what happened to the people, find artifacts, & reveal the secrets of the family.

Some Distant Memory Specifications:

  • Genre: Adventure, Indie
  • Developer: Galvanic Games
  • Publisher: Way Down Deep
  • Release Date: 14 November 2019
  • Platforms: PC Windows, Mac & Nintendo Switch

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