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  • Writer's pictureJonathan Ribarro

Memories of Loneliness




At A Glance

  • Released: 9/27/21

  • Reviews: 15, net mixed, as of 8/2023

  • English Reviews: 9

  • Localized in: English

  • Had Publisher: No

  • Majority of reviews:

    • English ~60%

    • Russian ~13%

    • Simp. Chinese ~6%

  • Price: $3.99

  • Review report:

    • Negatives: desensitized to jumpscares, not enough to stay engaged, confused about how to proceed, predictable

    • Positives: creepy, suspenseful, enjoyable story



Gameplay

  • Sprint functionality, but nothing to run from?

Music

  • Ending was emotional because of the music, worked very well

Sounds

  • Door doesn’t open and makes sound, I’ve heard it somewhere before

    • A few seconds after trying door, it unlocks, completely unexpected

  • Ending corridor plays a stinger every couple of feet

Art

  • Same Unreal asset jeep is present in the game

  • Moonlit sky, foggy, bright but low visibility

    • Mountains (or giant rocks) block player in towards next area, house

  • Developer used the house to its full ability and kept it minimal

Writing

  • Car crashed into tree and someone stuck drawing on tree

  • At ‘find me’ note a baby walks into room and right through the wall

  • Ending reveals the girl died, and after the note a scary scare appeared

Scare Factor

  • Jumpscare with daughter, loud and she disappears

  • Another jumpscare upstairs, very loud, lights up window, looks like rocks directly outside

  • These are some well-placed jumpscares

  • In the basement, a long-armed creature appears accompanied by a repeating bass stinger

  • Creepy kid smiling in front seat of car

Extra

  • Made with Unreal, touted as a very short game

Overall

  • Short horror walking simulator with a couple good scares and an emotional ending

  • Did well with just a couple of environments and using them to the max


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