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Expect megacorporations, lots of neon, noir, jazz and synths and more in this adventure. A short prototype demo is available so you can get a little taste of uncovering memories.

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As you might expect from the trailer, this is a dystopian setting—one where people have chips implanted in them to record their memories. dont_forget_me has players control Fran, the assistant in an underground clinic that specializes in copying memories. There’s some sort of conspiracy afoot and the short demo depicts how Fran gets caught up in government plans for complete control of society.

I'm complete sucker for good cyberpunk and I found the demo to be intriguing enough. It’s more of an introduction to the world and the actual gameplay is mostly limited to typing in related words to discover nodes of memories in a patient’s mind. The pixel art feels appropriate and the jazz and synthwave-infused soundtrack also sounds rather good. The only real sticking point has been a less-than-perfect English translation which I hope can be sorted out before the game is released.

If you’d like to check out dont_forget_me for yourself, you can download the prototype demo on The full game is set to be released sometime in 2020.

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Metin Feb 13, 2020
This reminds me on "To The Moon" where technology allowed you to relive and change your memories!
Arehandoro Feb 13, 2020
It actually sounds a lot like State of Mind. The difference in aesthetics and the rather good jazzynth soundtrack have my attention though.

Last edited by Arehandoro on 13 February 2020 at 8:30 pm UTC
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