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  • Summary: May's Mystery: Forbidden Memories is an exciting puzzle adventure that follows May, the intelligent and charismatic girl in her quest to find her missing brother Tery. Advance through the adventure, meet curious characters, visit peculiar places and unravel the mysteries by solving puzzles. With over 270 puzzles to solve, including logic puzzles, rhythmic games and hand drawn hidden objects scenes, you will be captivated and immersed in the wonderful world of May's Mystery. Collapse
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  1. Sep 28, 2011
    V5 Play has delivered a superb mix of differing puzzle styles, drawing from logic conundrums, rhythm-based efforts and even hidden object games to add a heap of variety, whilst also crafting a story that is laced with intrigue and dark humour at times, keeping the player's attention until the closing credits.
  2. Sep 28, 2011
    A solid adventure with a lot of puzzles and riddels. The amount of content is pretty cool, but there are small weaknesses everywhere. The hints aren't always useful, the questions aren't clear all the time and the story is not as stunning as in Professor Layton last adventure.
  3. Oct 29, 2011
    While the Professor Layton series comes highly recommended if you're in the market for a puzzle adventure game, don't pass up this one.
  4. Oct 7, 2011
    The story is serviceable for moving you from one puzzle to the next, but not particularly engaging, and there isn't much to do in the world except tap through dialog and receive the next puzzle in a fairly linear fashion.
  5. Feb 26, 2012
    This is one for the puzzle junkies alone, for those people that need a stopgap until the professor comes off sabbatical – but in the meantime, he can rest assured that his tenure will remain unthreatened by the likes of May Stery.