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Reminiscence



As the world collapses into anarchy, you set out to explore the house you left behind in search of your missing family. Following your recent discoveries, you have mastered Time and intend to use it to find the cause of your loved ones' disappearance. You will explore your old home, a typical American household from the 1950s, and also discover an alternate, altered and corrupted version of it.

As you travel between these two eras, you'll have to figure out what happened and solve the mystery that surrounds your home. Yet in the midst of these two very oppressive universes, you sense that your experiments have lured a rather unusual guest.About
Reminiscence is a psychological horror narrative game for one player made on Unity. In this game, you will progress through dual time puzzles to hopefully sort the truth out in your confused memories.



The game places you in two very different worlds: a typical house in the heart of the 50's and this very same house destroyed by time. You will travel between these two epochs and discover that even your environment is toying with you.

The player uses a watch to travel between 2 eras and alter the state of some objects. While exploring his environment, he'll have to solve puzzles to progress. Numerous scripted events, as well as a detailed narration, will give the player a unique experience.Gameplay
The character can go back in time and explore the house of the time. The character can travel between two eras: the post-apocalyptic present and the 1950s past.

The Rollback mechanic allows the player to take an object back in time. It is a rewind of the object's state over time. It will allow the player to rebuild certain destroyed objects or change their temporality.

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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

This is a short walking sim with a handful of jumpscares. All this is taking place in an apartment where our protagonist is looking for the rest of his family.
Time travel is important and beside interacting with objects we can "roll back" time. Our hero often hints at what our next task is. This may not be obvious but due to the gameplay area being an apartment we can always find the next clue.
I appreciate these low-budgeted games. I particularly enjoyed that the story takes place in the '50s. Who doesn't like those big old green fridges?

Review from Steam

This short game scared the sh** out of me. And tbh, I am usually not a p*ssy
12/10 would sh** myself again.

Review from Steam

~ DIFFICULTY ~
▢ No Difficulty
▢ Easy
🟩 Normal
▢ Hard
▢ Impossible
~ PLAYER BASE ~
▢ Everyone
▢ Kids
▢ Mature
🟩 Casual Players
▢ Tryhards
▢ Pro Players
~ GRAPHICS ~
▢ What Is This?
▢ Acceptable
▢ Good
▢ Great
🟩 Beautiful
▢ Masterpiece
~ SOUND/MUSIC ~ (Using Headphones)
▢ Bad
▢ Nothing Special
🟩 Good
▢ Great
▢ Beautiful
▢ I´m Gonna Cry
~ STORY ~
▢ This Game Has No Story
▢ Like Playing "Candy Crush" For The Story
▢ It´s Alright
🟩 Well Written
▢ Epic Story
▢ Thinking About It, When I Sleep
~ PRICE ~
🟩 Free
▢ Underpriced
▢ Perfect Price
▢ Could Be Cheaper
▢ Overpriced
~ REQUIREMENTS ~
▢ A Toaster Could Run This
▢ Average
🟩Above Average
▢ High End
▢ NASA Computer
~ LENGTH ~
🟩 Very Short (0-2 Hours)
▢ Short (2-20 Hours)
▢ Average (20-50 Hours)
▢ Long (50-200 Hours)
▢ VERY Long (200-... Hours)
▢ Multiplayer/Neverending
~ FUN ~
▢ I´d Rather Watch Grass Grow
▢ Hard To Enjoy
▢ Repetitive
🟩 It´s Okay
▢ Fun To Be Had For Sure
▢ The Kind Of Fun You Will Remember
▢ Life Changing
~ WORTH BUYING ~
▢ No
▢ Wait For A Sale
🟩 Yes
▢ I Can´t Recommend It Enough
~ FINAL SCORE ~
8.7/10

Review from Steam

If Layers of Fear was free and 20 minutes long

Review from Steam

The clap clap made me shit my pants

Review from Steam

very spook

Review from Steam

It's a walk sim with jumpscares. The atmosphere is nice (or should I say, creepy) and the story appears to be interesting enough to deserve a longer game. It's free, so you should try it for yourself.
Beware that the game have some game-ending bugs, so you may have to play two or three times to finish it properly