One of the newest games that’s not really a game is Juggler Games and IMGN.PRO’s My Memory of Us. Now the reason I say it’s not really a game is because you can’t actually lose and you can’t actually fight like in a traditional game. Instead, there are puzzles, stealth segments, and more of a story-oriented affair compared to most other traditional games. Even still, there are some cheats available for those of you who would like to skip through certain segments or breeze through various obstacles.
The trainer contains the following options:
- Normal Movement Speed
- Fast Movement Speed
- Enable Invisibility
- Disable Invisibility
The cheats are much, and basically it just makes it where you can either move really fast or go invisible, both of which would be necessary for escaping from the baddies in the game, who are supposed to resemble Nazis.
My Memory of Us is a game about an Evil King who plunders the city using robots. Various types of people are segregated under the King’s rule, with those representing Jews being segregated and sealed off behind a giant wall.
The game isn’t very long and clocks in at just under three hours. There’s even a full gameplay walkthrough provided by Gamewalker, which you can check out below.
The actual gameplay is handled via 2D side-scrolling mechanics, and as noted over on the Steam store page, My Memory of Us is supposedly based on real-life war stories from World War II.
The game hasn’t scored all that well on Metacritic, with a middling score of just 64 out of 100 making up the average. The user scores over on the Steam page are a bit more forgiving, mostly because some of them received the game for free while others recognize that it’s a casually-made game themed around simple topical matter with a short runtime for a cheap price. Anyway, you can grab the cheat trainer right now and use it for your PC version of My Memory of Us right now.
The game is currently available for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC.