Posted: 3 months ago.
It's a game that looks like a watercolour painting. The world is full of scents and feelings for Mimi, from her childhood. In the present you explore the rooms in your grandmother’s home. In the past, you help a 10-year-old Mimi explore the Dordogne and complete quests that change the present and help you progress.
Along the way you’ll collect photos, sounds, objects and words to create Mimi’s journal. It's a game about the importance of childhood and the power of memory. As you explore the watercolour world you'll take forest walks, climb, go kayaking and explore caves. Each of these moments create a unique record in your journal and remind you of your own childhood.
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