We just announced our next game, coming to Steam and Switch in 2019. Some Distant Memory is a narrative exploration game that tells the story of the Professor and her AI companion, ARORA.
300 years in the future, Earth is a wasteland of corrosive algae. The few who remain struggle to understand humanity's past. Everything changes when you fall into the ruins of an ancient house. As you explore, the memories of the people who lived there come to life with the help of ARORA's Memory Reconstruction system. Uncover clues about what happened to civilization, discover strange artifacts, and discover the secrets of the family whose tomb you've raided.
One of our most requested features since launching has been bots and the ability to play Gurgamoth singleplayer. We're happy to announce you can play against bots starting today on Steam!
Bots come in two varieties: Normal and Hard. Normal is perfect for those of you who are just starting out. They'll give you a good chance to practice your juking, aiming your attacks, and using power-ups. Hard is meant to give a challenge to our more advanced players who are working on their timings and positionings. You can toggle the difficulty from the character select screen.
If you're attending Pax East this weekend, we'll be in the Indie Minibooth. Stop by, say hi, and take the opportunity to play against us!
And, finally, for those of you who've been waiting to buy Gurgamoth, it's on sale all week for 50% off!.
Change Log - Added normal and hard bots - Disabled the screen split power-up - Removed countdown and sped up match restarts
Bug Fixes - Fixed a bug where distortion shaders persisted after power-ups