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Beschreibung

Think back, if you will, and picture what it was like when
you were a kid, before the busyness and responsibilities
of adulthood weighed on your shoulders.

Playing, learning, seeing the world with fresh eyes...

Hopefully you had good friends at your side, special
connections that you treasured, great dreams and hopes...
Do you remember what it was like, and who you once were?

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Overview:

The Kids We Were is a narrative adventure game that
attempts to capture and recreate those golden memories
of a more innocent age. Join Minato, a young boy who finds
himself on a strange adventure one warm summer's day.
His journey will take him to unexpected places, and many
twists and turns await him before it draws to an end.

The Kids We Were tells an emotional tale steeped in a mix
of modern and retro Japanese aesthetic. If you're interested
in poignant stories or what life is like for everyday Japanese
folk, we recommend giving this game a shot!
Oh, and it's also the latest entry in Gagex's series of
heartwarming story-focused games, so if this appeals
to you, please check out our other titles!

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Story

Welcome to Kagami, just an average town on the outskirts
of Tokyo. Minato, his mother, and his younger sister Mirai
have stopped by to visit today.

However, Minato isn't just here for fun—he's on a secret
mission! Somewhere in this town lives his father, estranged
from his family after a hard divorce. Minato needs to find
him, because there's a lot of things his dad needs to know.

After searching high and low, Minato finally finds a clue
to his father's whereabouts. However, it seems his quest
won't be that simple, for the clue he finds is a mysterious
notebook left by his father, titled...The Seven Mysteries.

With his father's notebook as his guide, Minato sets out on
a harrowing journey. But this journey isn't through space,
no—it's one through time! To his astonishment, Minato finds
himself transported 33 years into the past, to the day his
mother and father met!

Will Minato's odyssey into the past heal his family,
change the future, and alter a tragic destiny?

The only way to find out is to accompany him on
his amazing adventure!

Note: The Kids We Were is free to play from start to finish.
You can enjoy the whole story without paying a dime!

Neuheiten

Version 1.0.3

Added the message fast forward function.

Bewertungen und Rezensionen

5.0 von 5
3 Bewertungen

3 Bewertungen

Jen the different ,

A good story

I personally think, that this game was created with love.
The Story is quiet amazing.
You can explore the city on your own, even some people will tell you the same text when you talk to them twice, but you get to find stuff. And you honestly really need to take time and enjoy this game, because sometimes have to remind yourself where what was, and what have you seen.
The music often fits to the sequence and it makes this game even more beautiful.
I really recommend this game, if you are interested in time travelling and a good cliché story. 😋

Hankyo816 ,

You should try this game

Thank you for a very good game. This game is not only for kids, it was made for the adults, us, who forgot the kids we were. You guys never disappointed me. I played almost your game, they all have warm stories behind. Please keep going your work, im looking forward to playing your next game :-*

Informationen

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GAGEX Co.,Ltd.
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240.7 MB
Kategorie
Spiele
Kompatibilität

Erfordert iOS 11.0 oder neuer. Kompatibel mit iPhone, iPad und iPod touch.

Sprachen

Japanisch

Alter
12+
Selten/schwach ausgeprägt: Gebrauch von Alkohol, Tabak oder Drogen bzw. Verweise hierzu
Selten/schwach ausgeprägt: Zeichentrick- oder Fantasy-Gewalt
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