Memoranda – behind the scenes video
Digital Dragon Games has released a behind the scenes video showing the making of Memoranda, the point-and-click adventure with elements of magical realism, developed by Bit ByterZ and due for release on Steam for PC on 25 January, 2017. A console version is planned for a later date.
The video shows the small indie development team working on the game, from hand-drawing the characters and environments; creating the sound effects, composing the soundtrack; and even the voice actors recording their lines.
Memoranda is a game about forgetting and being forgotten, inspired by the surreal world short stories of Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami (Kafka on the Shore, Norwegian Wood, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle). Memoranda tells the story of a young woman who gradually realizes that she is forgetting her own name. But is she really losing her memory, or is there something else that could explain the strange situation?
Check out the Trailer:
“A point and click adventure game with magic realism elements that tells the story of a young lady who gradually realizes she is forgetting her own name. Is she really losing her memory or is there something else that could explain the strange circumstances?
The story happens in a quiet little town where a few ordinary and strange characters live together. Including a World War II surviving soldier to an elephant taking shelter in a man’s cottage hoping to become a human. There is one thing all these characters have in common: they are losing something. It could be a name, a husband or even someone’s sanity!
The story is inspired by various Haruki Murakami short stories that describe a surreal world full of lonely characters.”
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