Remember Mary is a narrative-driven surrealist adventure game. It follows Mary, a young girl in a world filled with her friends who she can help or hurt. Presented in squigglevision. I made it in about 9 days for the "I can't write but want to tell a story" jam.
Bonus downloadable content includes a 17 page booklet with walkthrough, developer commentary, long form discussion of thoughts and philosophy behind the game and bonus content such as unused assets. Also the GMS2 project file.
Featured in Indiepocalyse issue #10! (for $15 you get a digital zine and 10 games including this one)
Source code on github - https://github.com/Eatkin/RememberMary
- Mobile friendly
- Gamepad compatible
- Mouse only mode, no keyboard required!
- Three different endings depending on your choices
- Over 600 lines of unique dialogue, with the narrative changing depending on what actions you take and in what order you take those actions
- Requires 7+ playthroughs to encounter all possible dialogue
Music and sounds are by JustWall Games - Listen to (and purchase!) the soundtrack here
Some suggestions and moral support from Benjamin Fearn
Game title was suggested by Tommy van Son
Testing by all of the above!
This game is mobile friendly, but make sure you check the 'mouse only' option or you will get stuck. On smaller screens, graphics and fonts are scaled down and may not appear as clearly.
The game may also be a little more difficult on mobile due to your fingers getting in the way, but it's a small price to pay for being able to play this game on the toilet.