G30 4+

A Memory Maze

Kovalov Ivan

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 1.4K Ratings
    • $3.99



A puzzle you haven’t seen before. A story you won’t forget.

G30 is a unique and minimalistic take on the puzzle genre, where each level is hand-crafted and meaningful. It’s a story of a person with a cognitive disorder, who is trying to recollect the elusive past – before the disease takes over and everything will fade away.


• Each puzzle is a story. Solve the memories mystery hidden in 7 main chapters of unique and individually designed puzzles.
• Experience a touching narrative. Live the life of a person whose memories have faded.
• Feel the game. Atmospheric music and haptic feedback will dive you into the breathtaking story.
• Relax and play. No scores, no timers, no “game over”.


• Most Innovative Game, Casual Connect USA & Kyiv
• Best Mobile Game, CEEGA Awards
• Excellence in Game Design, DevGAMM
• Best Mobile Game & Critics’ Choice, GTP Indie Cup


Each level sparks a little memory of the person’s life. It’s a two-part puzzle: a visual image of the memory and a telescopic text, that reveals itself with every step. You start with fragmented pieces of the picture and have to move them to restore the original image. In turn, telescopic text reacts to your every step – the closer you are to the solution, the more text unfolds. You are indeed remembering – adding details to the memory and forming a clear picture.


G30 is about memory and consciousness – and what they mean for a human being. There are people around who are losing their ability to remember – some kinds of mental diseases do that to a person. G30 shows how they see the world, how they feel about the past they can’t remember and the reality they can’t recognize.

What’s New

Version 1.3

• Improvements and fixes

We are working hard on making the game better! If you notice a bug or a translation issue, please contact us via support@g30game.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Joshua Orton ,

Not only an incredible game, but an incredible experience.

This is the rare game that truly takes you into its world with all of your mind. Often, a puzzle game will claim to have an underlying plot, when in reality the plot is totally unrelated to the game and serves only as a distraction. This game is not like that. The puzzles *are* the plot, and they tell the story without the need for the player to ever take their mind away from the puzzle. The story itself is incredible, eschewing the traditional Western narrative structure in favor of a looping, ambient format which largely original, at least in my own experience, and which fits the tone of the game as if they were made for each other, which of course they were.
The gameplay is just as incredible, playing out in multiple layers simultaneously, with levels looping back on themselves, and a perfect difficulty gradient which kept me from ever feeling as if it was either too easy or too hard.
This is the needle in a haystack. This is a truly amazing game and a truly amazing journey, and I am so glad I discovered it.

Opus81a ,

Brilliant execution of a challenging idea

How do you replicate the fractured world of someone with memory loss in puzzle form? Well, like this. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a better marriage of game mechanics and subject matter. As you work through the puzzles, watching words appear and disappear, you search for meaning; yet, as soon as you think you have grasped the story, it becomes a different story altogether. It’s incredibly empathetic, and I defy anyone with a soul to not experience a sense of the frustration and anxiety of not...quite...knowing who you are, and whether the pieces of your memory are even real. I get that doesn’t make it sound very appealing as a game, but it is, and a very positive experience overall.

girlwithLion ,

Mixed feelings

The art, the sound, and the haptic feedback are what make this game four stars for me. It’s short the one star because I don’t entirely understand the game. I get the premise, but the blurbs are disjointed and nonsensical in places. It took me FOREVER to figure out that I was supposed to be clicking on words throughout the puzzles. I still don’t understand what it is that makes a word clickable in the first place...

So, it’s a puzzle in the truest sense: I can’t even solve the puzzle of what the puzzle is! But I have always struggled with puzzle games (including games like Zelda that incorporate puzzles into the core gameplay) so I strongly suspect the disconnect is just me. More than likely, any person who loves puzzles will love this game.

And if you’re high-sensory like I am, you’ll enjoy the art, the sound, and the haptic feedback. 😉

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