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  • Summary: 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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  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. LEVEL (Czech Republic)
    Oct 12, 2015
    80
    Rememoried is an interactive answer to the question whether the games can be considered an art. Maybe you’ll go astray, but you'll get strong feelings from the game. [Issue#256]
  2. Sep 20, 2015
    70
    Rememoried is a very different game on the PC that is great value but does lack some direction.
  3. Sep 16, 2015
    70
    “Complicated” is not the same as “complex,” and nowhere does Rememoried fail to parse this distinction than in its unconventional ruleset.
  4. Oct 26, 2015
    70
    Rememoried is a visual feast with some clever puzzles, but there’s a much better game waiting to be made.
  5. Sep 21, 2015
    65
    Rememoried is in one part walking simulator and the other a puzzle game. The breathtaking audiovisual quality and the surrealistic experience complement the first, but frustrating puzzle mechanics make it a game with two faces.
  6. Oct 12, 2015
    40
    Exceptionally bad game, exceptionally interesting passionate feat. Rememoried is often beyond good taste of interactive entertainment, its exploratory surrealism is pushed ad absurdum, but it is certainly interesting. But the level walkthrough is so unspeakable bad it prevents to enjoy the game at least a little.
  7. Dec 8, 2015
    40
    Rememoried is a deeply flawed and inaccessible title and I can't in good conscience recommend it to anyone. Its central conceit isn't a striking idea, and it mostly results in frustration. The lack of a plot means the game doesn't have any draw to pull the player forward. Yet even when it's at its worst, Rememoried has an interesting atmosphere that can be rewarding. There's something valuable here, but Rememoried gets in its own way no matter where you look.

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  1. Jun 16, 2018
    6
    Rememoried
    All about forgeting
    Remeoried is a hr and 40 minute long puzzly platforming walking simulator And to be honest after playing I
    Rememoried
    All about forgeting
    Remeoried is a hr and 40 minute long puzzly platforming walking simulator
    And to be honest after playing I have no idea what its about
    This is one of those games where its no explanation, youre just thrown into the world and you have to figure things out on your own,
    all you can do is move, look, and jump…
    While there are voices in the background telling you to forget…
    figuring out the game is half of the fun, but basically youre trying to find an item in an area, and by doing so oyure sent to the next level..
    Every level here is a fairly unique experience… some are similar but never too similar for you to feel like you’ve already done this..
    theres a new chjallenge to overcome in each level…
    And these levels don’t necessarily get harder or easier…
    theyre just an experience.. one that can at times be just as frustrating as it is relaxing…
    there isn’t really a story to experience..
    there isn’t a fun game to experience..
    its just something really trippy and different…
    I don’t know what to make out of what I just played..
    I just know that I actually sortve enjoyed it..
    and with an easy trophy list, that makes this game that much better
    I give Rememoried
    a 6.5/10
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  2. Nov 7, 2015
    2
    I love thought-provoking walking simulators with their relaxing slow pace and abstract level design. I HATE pseudo-philosophical 1st personI love thought-provoking walking simulators with their relaxing slow pace and abstract level design. I HATE pseudo-philosophical 1st person platformers. It is simple rule. Wanna make surreal interactive art installation? No problem. Just let me WALK around and WATCH. Wanna make game? Learn how to construct game rules, mechanics, goals and obstacles. Never this frustrating and nonsensical crap in-between Expand