Developer: Mobility Games
Release date: 2017
Platforms: PC Steam
Price: under 10$
Life Pictures is a short narrative driven adventure, revolving around concepts of love and meaning. The game focuses on piecing together the memories of our main character. The objective is uncover his story, to understand the finer details, to feel, to ponder, to relax and to let yourself be immersed in a small but beautiful world.
Imagine one day you will not be able to remember your life very well. But, like we all do, you took a lot of pictures during the years. And each of them triggers a vague memory. What if you could relive that snapshot of time? Could you piece together what your life was? What if you don't like what you remember? Would you want the truth or a rewritten version that fits better with the person you are now?
Our main character only has pictures of his life that bring back events from the past, even if everything is blurred and mixed together in the same beautiful location, with their order fuzzy. There were 3 girls that had a major impact in his life. Travel back to these past events, see them unfold and choose their order to change your life. It's up to you how you want to remember your past.
Discover hints and clues about your real life, by inspecting your surroundings and taking pictures of anything you think is important. Find glimpses of your past and piece them together to discover more information about the 3 women in your life and the things you believed in.
If you truly believe in something and live your life accordingly, could you find peace?
- 3 girls to remember
- 34 combinations of memories
- an awesome camera to take mesmerizing pictures with
- 48 memory glimpses to find
- journal with our main character's thoughts on various events and objects you take pictures of
- more than 40 minutes of narrations
- 3 possible endings
- 2-3 hours of play time
Mobility Games is a Romanian gamedev company, located in Iasi. It's been around for more than 11 years, building a portfolio of games and products on mobile platforms starting with J2ME up to iOS and Android. While its main focus over the years has been finding the best clients to partner with, in order to stir things up a bit, both internally and externally, it has set aside a small budget to make independent games. And now it's dipping its toes in something completely new.
Catalin Marcu - Game Director, Designer, Writer, Programmer, Artist
Florin Covit - Lead Programmer, Designer
Alexandru Boaca - 3D Artist, Technical Artist
Ioan Chirita - Concept Artist, 3D Artist