Forgotten Memories: Definitive Edition

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Finalist in the CVA videogames awards 2015. Nominations: Best Audio, Best Original Music, Best Indie Game and Best iOS Game!
"The most exciting horror game of 2015." - AppSpy
"The developers have managed to craft a genuinely unsettling game with a moody atmosphere and masterfully engineered scares." - AppSpy
"Forgotten Memories is an atmospheric tale of horror" - 148Apps
"It's a well put-together tribute to survival horror games of yesteryear." - PocketGamerUK
"The game is easily recommendable for those looking for that Silent Hill feel." - Destructoid
AppStore customer rating: 9.5 out of 10!
Discover a true gaming and narrative experience on your iOS device.
In Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities, you will play Rose Hawkins, a strong independent woman looking for Eden, a missing child. Rose wakes up wounded in a strange place she doesn't recognize. While looking for the young girl, she will find herself locked in a never ending tragedy; frozen in time. Rose will need to confront her deepest fears to unveil the mystery behind her terrifying investigation.
Forgotten Memories is a third person Psychological Survival Horror game combining exploration, reflection, puzzles, action and survival where the gameplay is focused on fear mechanics.
A true spiritual successor of the greatest horrific games from the 90's. Forgotten Memories is a classic survival horror game.
Forgotten Memories combines deep psychological story, beautifully rendered environments, and smooth gameplay action into a fantastic horror experience you will never forget.
Enjoy incredible voice acting with, among others, Guy Cihi and David Schaufele (James Sunderland and Eddie Dombrowski from Silent Hill 2).
Master the game with accurate touch systems.
• Classic survival horror mechanics
• A deep narrative and climatic psychological horror experience
• High-end and smooth 3D graphics (Metal, HDRL; Dynamic Lighting / Shadows; Multiple post-processes)
• Challenging gameplay (Limited save points; few med kits; restricted ammo; unpredictable environments; adaptive enemies)
• Highly replayable; Unlockables; Game Center achievements, challenges and leaderboard; In game ranking stats system.
• Accurate touch controls
• No in-app purchases. We don't sell any weapons, ammunitions, or anything that will impact the game experience. You will be on your own ;)
Supported Hardware :
iPhone 4s and higher, iPod touch 5th gen, iPad 2, iPadMini or Higher.
For a better experience we recommend iPhone5s, iPadAir or iPadMini2 and up (any A7/A8 based devices).
Future updates:
We are aggressively updating and improving the game every week. Major version will contain multi-language support, new improvements/additions to the combat/AI system, new areas to explore and environments to interact with among other things.
MFI controller support is partial. Menu navigation with MFI will come in the first major update.
Minimum supported devices: iPodTouch6, iPhone5, iPad3, iPadMini2 and newer. We not longer support devices with 512MBs of ram!

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Psychose Interactive
Psychose Interactive
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for iOS

iPhone 4, iPad 2 Wifi, iPad 2 3G, iPhone 4S, iPad Third Gen, iPad Third Gen 4G, iPhone 5, iPod Touch Fifth Gen, iPad Fourth Gen, iPad Fourth Gen 4G, iPad Mini, iPad Mini 4G, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad Air, iPad Air Cellular, iPad Mini Retina, iPad Mini Retina Cellular, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Cellular, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 3 Cellular, iPod Touch Sixth Gen, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini 4 Cellular, iPad Pro, iPad Pro Cellular, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad 6 1 1, iPad 6 1 2

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Last Modified: Oct 5, 2021

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Forgotten Memories: Definitive Edition reviews and comments

This is my first review here and maybe the first piece of text created as a solid review. This text is dedicated to a short indie game and I’m proud of those guys who create it. I was intended to write this review right after I passed Forgotten Memories but I’m currently posting it after (well, several days after) passing it for the third time in a row.

Initially, I thought that there is just a nice horror game for mobile. Okay, with good graphics. Okay, with spooky trailer atmosphere. But would it worth being bought and played? After I just told myself that I cannot find similar third-person survival horror game on AppStore within a couple of minutes I decided to try it. What I can say is that it definitely worth because its developers are damn Silent Hill and Resident Evil fans just like the author of these very lines. Their love for the classical survival horror titles is visible in every inch of the game, its mechanics, and atmosphere. This time I’m talking about *atmosphere* rarely delivered by modern titles and unseen among mobile games of this genre.

The game is like 1/5 of Silent Hill in time metering, first time I passed it in 2:20 hrs getting to every corner and stopping to breathe out from time to time because of deep and irresistible suspense made by sharply directed sound effects that may scare the pants off you. Even when you are holding a shotgun being the most dangerous creature in this dirty building.

Short, indie, not-that-deep because [subjective opinion] not Japanese but full of passion that can be transmitted only when creators are really obsessed by their idea. The game really got me back to the Team Silent masterpieces. Psychose Interactive couldn’t add SH to the title, that is why this game looks like a tribute to Team Silent, I cannot say the word ‘biting’, because it has nothing to do with this word. Nothing because Psychose guys added so many *direct* references to that-town-from-restless-dreams: that hospital, that locker, those children (but with a direct message here), that comment about the weather outside, that descent (oh, that descent!), that ending summary... lots of things that were carefully left for you to find and smile to the nostalgia you feel.

Then I fully read the looong AppStore description and it turned out that two main characters were voiced by guys who spoke for James Sunderland and Eddie Dombrowski in SH2. Psychose Interactive just found them and allowed to give SH2 fans a couple of flashbacks to the best psychological thriller ever.

Almost got tears in my eyes thinking about people doing all those stuff to make something cool instead of just getting money selling a product that may look similar but not having all those details. Deepest gratitude!
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