Those of you paying attention to the indie scene last year may have heard about My Memory of Us from Juggler Games. The game is a puzzle platformer with a story that reflects the hardships that people faced during the Nazi occupation of Germany in a more fantastical setting. Previously, the game was without a release window and only confirmed from PC, but today we learned that My Memory of Us will be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One in Q3 2018.
The final game will be published by Polish publisher IMGN.PRO, who recently released Seven: The Days Long Gone. Q3 lasts from July 1 until September 30, so expect My Memory of Us to drop sometime during that period. To celebrate this announcement, a new trailer titled Life’s Little Pleasures was released, and you can check that out at the end of the article.
I had the opportunity to play My Memory of Us last October when I attended Poznan Game Arena and GIC in Poznan, Poland. If you are a fan of titles like Inside or Limbo, you should definitely keep this game on your radar. Its muted gray, black, and red art style also do a great job of establishing the bleak, but somewhat hopeful tone while players solve well-designed puzzles.
You can check out the new trailer below. My Memory of Us will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime during Q3 2018.