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Jazz-punk adventure Don't Forget Me releases on April 20

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Developer The Moon Pirates has confirmed that their point and click adventure Don't Forget Me releases on April 20 with full Linux support and it looks awesome.

"Inspired by Her Story and The Red Strings Club, Don’t Forget Me combines classic adventure gameplay with an intricate puzzle system designed to test your observation and deduction skills. Enter the minds of patients, assign keywords to explore their memories, and decipher your knowledge of their history to reveal their secrets."

You can see some new footage showed off recently at the Future Games Show:

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Features:

  • A unique vision of the future set to an original jazz and synthwave score.
  • Unique text based puzzle system, where observation and empathy are as important as logic and reason.
  • Decision based gameplay that will test the limits of your morality.
  • Twitch integration so your viewers can play along with you.

You can check out Don't Forget Me on GOG and Steam

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furaxhornyx 31 Mar
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QuoteInspired by [...] The Red Strings Club[...]

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NoSt 31 Mar
I really enjoyed the demo, despite it being very short.
While it seems like a typical dystopian future story, the way you "hack" into memories using keywords is very interesting.
It's already on my wishlist.
Eike 31 Mar
Unfortunately, I hated the controls in the demo so much that I didn't get into it...
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