Rememoried is an independent video game, a virtual place where memories change to dreams and the only possible way is forgetting, which becomes a mechanism for proceeding to the next layer of dreams. The Surrealist explorative first-person adventure game.
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Mixed (63 reviews) - 68% of the 63 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 31, 2015

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June 23

Czech Game of the Year

Rememoried was awarded Czech Game of the Year 2015 in the art contribution category.
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February 1

Linux Version Available

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Reviews

“The game is a real masterpiece. Well designed levels, interesting new mechanics and challenging puzzles.”
8/10 – Cubed Gamers

“enchanting universe + thoughtful puzzles + good durability”
16/20 – JEUXVIDEO COM

“Rememoried is an interactive answer to the question whether the games can be considered an art.”
4/5 – LEVEL

In Press

“Rememoried doesn’t look like any game we’ve seen before.”
Hardcore Gamer

“It looks beautiful, with plenty of surreal celestial scenes and forays into forests.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“It is breathtaking at first glance, and becomes more stunning as you see more.”
Indie Games com

“Rememoried would probably make Timothy Leary proud.”
Polygon

“Rememoried is a beguiling take on videogame dreams.”
Kill Screen

Kill Screen interview:
Rememoried's creator on switching up the "walking simulator"

About This Game

Rememoried is an independent video game, a virtual place where memories change to dreams and the only possible way is forgetting, which becomes a mechanism for proceeding to the next layer of dreams. The Surrealist explorative first-person adventure game.

Gameplay
The basic element of gameplay is the ability to forget. Some elements in the surroundings change when the player turns away or leaves, and become more than just a direction sign: they become the way along which the player walks, flies and falls. Finding such a way to the higher levels is a matter of his aptness and intuition, rewarded by advancing higher. Failure, on the other hand, brings a return to the lower levels, which may be more or less altered then.

Story
If you fall asleep while stargazing, a gate to a new world situated in between the world of memories and the world of dreams will open for you. That intermediate world gradually turns reality to fragments and infuses the player with the desire to know the unknowable. But the most persistent can feel the unknowable.



“You count the stars above your head just like the one who pointed a finger at you from the unknown. The closer you get to infinity, the more you get lost in the numbers created to describe the real world, and your eyelids become curtains that hide unexpected discoveries beyond the borders, reached by only the strongest thoughts. This exciting play for one spectator is a reward for everyday gifts of the mind.”

Features
– varied environments
– living entities
– more than 20 levels
– electronic and classic music
– spoken word

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    • Processor: Dual-core (2.5 GHz)
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 3.0 (1 GB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8+
    • Processor: Dual-core (2.5 GHz)
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 3.0 (1 GB VRAM)
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: SteamOS+, Ubuntu 12.04+
    • Processor: Dual-core (2.5 GHz)
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 3.0 (1 GB VRAM)
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Overall:
Mixed (63 reviews)
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Lethe
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 17
Rememoried is a game that aims to emulate a world between dreams and memories, depicting a surreal balance between what the player will associate with reality and what the player might not associate with anything at all. (Source: http://indiehaven.com/rememoried-review/) With a beautiful mystery, this game is amazing and little bit hard too. It has very interesting and different style with visuals and the sounds. I can say that you should buy it if you can, this game deserves the money you'll give.

//sorryforbadenglishlol
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EricBurnett
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Relatively pretty with an integreguing premise, but unfortunately the execution boils down to "jump and climb things, while listening to pseudo-philosophy". I couldn't stay interested through one play session.

For alternatives, I'd suggest Ether One for a narriative about recapturing lost memories, or AntiChamber for weird mind-bending physics.
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What Would Spock Do
( 9.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
In this game you have to figure out how to complete each level but it doesn't take long and most of the levels more or less involve jumping from thing to thing which is pretty straight-forward. Very pretty surreal game with nice music and some very weird dialogue. Unique, pleasant (even when it got frustrating), fun experience. Somewhat short though.
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kikea
( 2.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
pro tip to ESL / no english developers. use your original language with subtitles. srsly the voice acting and writing is BAD. moving on, a couple hours of some slightly novel but not particularly interest game mechanic - look away and the world will introduce new platform elements (forgetting and remembering sort of).

The ethereal b&w floating particle heavy aesthetic was cool, sound/music was... hit and miss. the "eery" piano music combined with the soap opera voice acting was too much. worst of all tho the game didn't flow. just took you from location to the next with little coherent thematic context or smooth aesthetic transition & made you spin around or look at the ground 5 times over and over again to hope a platform will appear in jumping distance. The time I most enjoyed the game was floating upwards from giant cube to giant cube. I feel like this should have been chosen as the pace / difficulty of the game.

had its moments was mostly underwhelming
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Desolater IV
( 4.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
A Surreal Exploration Adventure Game
https://youtu.be/Y6hT8tU2FqY
+ Very unique and interesting levels/environments that tries to break through the realm of imagination
+ A interesting game mechanic where the level will literally change every time you look away except for what you are standing on.
+ Relaxing soundtrack

- Very limited amounts of color, mostly black and white
- This game made me nauseous as you are constantly required to either spin in circles or look down, and when you look back up parts of the level changes. Mix that with some extremely bright white lights and random screen tearing and you may get a headache.
- The level where you are jumping on cloud to try to get to the top ladder is absolutely horrendous...not only do you have no idea where or what to do the platforming can be so "iffy" at times causing you to miss jumps that look in your reach.
- Most levels do not tell you what or where to go so you really need to use a guide to make any sort of progress


Even though I felt nauseating at times, the game gives a unique experience and certainly worthy to try out.
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JOKER | David
( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 22
This might seem strange, but this game effectively relaxes me when I'm anxious.
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LaZycAt
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
The game was good, the atmosphere was good, the technique that when you turn around, things changes behind you was good, it was fun at the start, untill you noticed that this technique got used too much that you basically just keep "turning around" and then see if the changes was good enough to let you walk through them.
After many repeats, after you accidentally fell from the platform and you has to start over this "turning around" thing, it wasn't that fun anymore.

這遊戲整體環境和氣氛還不錯, 轉頭後背後的東西會變化讓你能走過去的設計也不錯, 一開始都還很有趣, 直到你發現這設計用了太多, 大部分時間都花在不停轉頭, 然後看路線是否能讓你順利走過去.
重複幾次之後, 你不小心掉下平台然後發現你得重新這"不停轉頭"的設計之後, 這遊戲就再也沒有那麼好玩了
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donkihotveliki
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
Really interesting game. I will just say don't forget to forget :/
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Mc128k
( 5.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 7
No. Don't buy it.
The graphics are nicely done, and the basic gameplay idea might be interesting, but overall the experience is poorly designed. For the first three levels it's even interesting to explore some obscure landscapes of procedurally-generated rocks, but then it's just it. The game becomes really frustrating as it goes on, and repeating the same game mechanics just makes it worse. Add some annoying music that loops forever and you get the most stressful game that I have ever played. Maybe it's the intention of the developer, but it would be lame to do so. In my own opinion it's just a bad experiment that has some really good ideas inside. I think just watching the trailer is enough.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
99 of 103 people (96%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 16, 2015
Rememoried is a first-person adventure game, focused on the ideas of dreams and memories with surrealistic, explorative and puzzle-solving settings.

The way you advance in the game is by looking away from your surroundings, elements in the environment, and other important objects for they’ll constantly change shape and create a new path.

“You count the stars above your head just like the one who pointed a finger at you from the unknown. The closer you get to infinity, the more you get lost in the numbers created to describe the real world, and your eyelids become curtains that hide unexpected discoveries beyond the borders, reached by only the strongest thoughts. This exciting play for one spectator is a reward for everyday gifts of the mind.”

The game is visually stunning, along the sound of flowing water combined with the elegant classical and eerie electronic music.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=546692876
This combined with a breathtaking environment makes the game incredibly relaxing if you just explore and don’t focus on the objective.

At times the game can be frustrating or difficult to discover what your objective is for a specific level.
All individually difficult to figure out which requires patience to get into its mechanics yet not impossible to beat them.

But overall, I still had a blast playing through this small indie title. A beautiful game with an equally relaxing soundtrack! Definitely worth a try!

9/10
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64 of 69 people (93%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 20, 2015
I absolutely love games that are often described as "walking simulators" (Dear Esther, The Path, etc.), as what they lack in gameplay they generally make up for in story, dialogue, and visuals. Unfortunately, Rememoried is lacking in almost every aspect.

The art style, while nice and minimalist, sometimes makes it hard to see where you're supposed to be going next. This is especially frustrating during the vertical portions of the game. The dialogue is atrocious, vague, and the sound design leans way too heavy on the reverb. If subtitles weren't present I wouldn't be able to decipher much of what's said. Most importantly, Rememoried is much less a walking simulator than it is a "stepping stones" simulator.

There is so much emphasis placed on platforming in this game when the controls are too sluggish to offer any real precision. I'd often become quite frustrated after having spent so long trying to jump across a seemingly endless amount of rotating cogs or floating boulders, only to fall off near the end, having to start over again several times.

Rememoried is a promising game, I really do enjoy the glitchy visuals and the premise of being trapped in the protagonist's dream but I feel that the developer let its potential go to waste and, rather than focus on a story-driven adventure game, instead opted for yet another platformer type adventure game with a unique art style.

Despite the cringeworthy dialogue, I started out quite impressed and quickly found myself not being able to enjoy Rememoried at all.
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57 of 78 people (73%) found this review helpful
47 people found this review funny
Recommended
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 11, 2015
If you ever did acid without parental supervision then you will probably enjoy most of this game. If your experience with acid lead you to hypertension and illogical thought process relative to your surroundings then you will probably enjoy most of the game. If you ever believed that acid would transform you to a better understanding about irrelevant things in life then this game is most likely for you. If acid made you want to solve difficult and complex enigmas then I would say this game is not for you. This game wraps itself in a cloth of obscurity with obvious underwear beneath. 6/10.
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22 of 25 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2015
Rememoried Review in 30 Seconds
https://youtu.be/3HwwDkx0LrI

A surrealist exploration puzzle game where to advance you have to forget. Layers upon layers of dreams and jumbled memories build this stunning dreamscape that goes hand in hand with great music and nice voice acting. In each level you must fulfill a hidden goal that’s only hinted at by the narrator and the scenery itself.

The creative mechanics makes it so that sometimes you must look away from the goal to be able to see it. Sometimes it’s confusing, but so are dreams. Always changing yet still repetitive at times.

7 dreams out of 10.
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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 27, 2015
Summary:
Rememoried is a short adventure puzzle game about exploring the surreal world of dreams and memories. You might think this is just another walking simulator without any proper gameplay but you'd be wrong - the game is focused on puzzles and platforming.

All puzzles are based on moving or jumping, there aren't any items to pickup or interact with. You just have to wander through the levels and find the way out. Many environmental elements are usually not stable and (almost) every time you stop looking at a platforms (clouds, for example), they change their positions.

Rememoried isn't just about the gameplay, it's really worth praising the graphics and sounds, the whole atmosphere in most levels will make you often stop and just look around to enjoy what developer's artistic skills made.

Pros:
- Well-thought puzzles where you won't get stuck for more than few minutes.
- The world around you changes almost everytime you look to another direction (in levels focused on platforming).
- Great atmosphere. The surreal world of Rememoried is beautiful.
- Nice soundtrack.

Cons:
- Short length. Expect getting 100% achievements after 3 hours of gameplay.



Disclaimer: My copy of Rememoried was obtained for free - I won the game in a giveaway that might have been sponsored by the developer. This fact hasn't changed my opinion about the game (and the review) in any way.
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23 of 32 people (72%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 21, 2015
PLEASE DO NOT PLAY THIS GAME.

Dont get me wrong: This is one of the most gorgeous games I have ever had the chance to see, and it was a real treat for a while that made it absolutely terrific. And then suddenly? It becomes more rage inducing than any game I have ever played in my life.

This game is essentially pretty precision platformer: the game. The main gameplay mechanic is to basically spin around in a circle over and over to make objects magically move positions in a system the game likes to call "forgetting". This ends up being a horrible platformer where you need to spin around in circles to make a platform appear close enough to you so you can land on it, and then spin around some more to make another one get closer to you. Some parts of the game aren't like this, are much more straightforward, and honestly fairly enjoyable. But at one point in the game I just could not take it anymore. The platforms were too small, nearly impossible to see in the dark, and I kept falling off of them because they were literally spheres. It was total baloney.

Once again, do not get this game. Please watch a dedicated and skilled Let's Player play through the game for you so you have the chance to see how pretty the game can really be. Do not buy this game thinking it will be some zen experience worthwhile of your time. The developers wanted it to be zen-like, to be taken slowly, but allow me to tell you that when you're stuck in one area for far too long, it is not worth that "zen-like" feeling.

3/10, pretty graphics and cinematography at least. This was a game designed by a brilliant artist...but not a brilliant game designer.
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40 of 63 people (63%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 4, 2015
We're knee-deep in "walking simulator" here - add "crazy abstract world" and "zero clues what's going on" and finally a few "rememoried.exe has stopped responding" dialog boxes for good measure!!

The dialogue is twaddle - it sounds like the stuff precocious 11-year-olds write in their poetry books whilst thinking they're being 'deep'.

I generally like games which create abstract worlds and manipulate them in interesting ways, but when you can't tell the difference between a gameplay element and the game crashiing, you've got a bit of an issue!

Truth is there's not a lot going-on here - there is some "finding things" and some "turning around" and a bit of "jumping on platforms" (sometimes near-invisible ones) but mostly the game plays the "wow, aren't I deep and trippy" car - well, until it plays the "I just crashed" card...

I'd steer clear of this - watch a video of it if you like the idea and save yourself the pain behind the eyes...
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
Relatively pretty with an integreguing premise, but unfortunately the execution boils down to "jump and climb things, while listening to pseudo-philosophy". I couldn't stay interested through one play session.

For alternatives, I'd suggest Ether One for a narriative about recapturing lost memories, or AntiChamber for weird mind-bending physics.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 15, 2015
Confusing at first, but eventually becomes a really unique and intruiging puzzle game that relies more on intuition than anything else for you to "solve" the puzzle. Very rewarding puzzle solving as well as quite an immersive experience.

Can be a little frustrating but is pretty different enough from other puzzle games to stand out.

If your looking for a walking simulator, this isn't really one however. If you want to check out some gameplay before buying, feel free to check out my playthrough.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=518808490
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 25
A Surreal Exploration Adventure Game
https://youtu.be/Y6hT8tU2FqY
+ Very unique and interesting levels/environments that tries to break through the realm of imagination
+ A interesting game mechanic where the level will literally change every time you look away except for what you are standing on.
+ Relaxing soundtrack

- Very limited amounts of color, mostly black and white
- This game made me nauseous as you are constantly required to either spin in circles or look down, and when you look back up parts of the level changes. Mix that with some extremely bright white lights and random screen tearing and you may get a headache.
- The level where you are jumping on cloud to try to get to the top ladder is absolutely horrendous...not only do you have no idea where or what to do the platforming can be so "iffy" at times causing you to miss jumps that look in your reach.
- Most levels do not tell you what or where to go so you really need to use a guide to make any sort of progress


Even though I felt nauseating at times, the game gives a unique experience and certainly worthy to try out.
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