Reminiscent 12+

Alexander Lomakin

Designed for iPad

    • 2.0 • 1 Rating
    • $0.99


Peaceful, everyday life can come to a grinding halt any second, leaving you with nothing but fragmented memories to find your way home. Confused and afraid, our subject wakes up in this very situation after losing consciousness at the bottom of a deep mine. He doesn't remember his name, where he is, how he got there, or how he can get out. He needs your help to figure all of this out, to reclaim his memories, and most importantly: to escape.

What’s New

Version 1.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Now the game is optimized for iPhone X

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

pugg71 ,

Reminiscent of better Choose Your Own Adventures

Not the best, but not the worst, of the text adventure games out there. It does drag a bit and there are a few unbackstopped plot points, which often lead to a quick end.
I recommend playing it set in fast mode. While you lose the “dramatic pauses” (waiting for something to happen), it definitely makes the lag-n-drag not such an issue.

Or choose a different Choose Your Own Adventure game. I’d recommend Buried It’s linger but longer with a reason, the plot is more fully developed and doesn’t suddenly hand you an ending out of the blue.

Jays job ,

I agree. Good concept. Poor execution.

It's kind of a cool game but it draaags on and on taking WAY to long with the pauses. At certain points the person on the other end goes to sleep and there's nothing for you to do. Idk. I play it in the background and just check in every now and then. You would think the developer would want you to move quickly to save this person but it seems just the opposite.

Aaron cannon ,


If you like The Martian (the IOS game, not the movie) or Lifeline, but you thought "wouldn't this game be better if it was shorter, had fewer choices, a not very interesting story, and was written in poor English?" If so, then you will love this game. I gave it 2 stars, not 1, because it was at least playable, and I did make it through to the end. Oh, and some of the english made me laugh, so there's that.

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