We'll Always Have Paris is an emotional narrative game coming to mobile and Steam this April
Cowleyfornia Studios has announced a new narrative experience titled We'll Always Have Paris, coming to both iOS and Android devices (plus Steam) in April this year. Made by the two-person team of Marina and Duncan, the game is meant to be a short but meaningful experience about love and dementia.
We'll Always Have Paris follows the tale of Simon Smith and his wife Claire, who is suffering from dementia. Day by day, Claire begins to lose her memory, and retired chef Simon must learn how to handle issues with his wife of fifty years. He is locked in a struggle between maintaining normalcy and his love for his wife, and he needs to do his best "so she can stay with you a little bit longer".
The game employs a simple point-and-click style of gameplay to explore the lives of these two individuals, as players go through what it truly means to love someone amid the difficulties that come with memory loss. It's "a story about everyday moments", and is meant to be a powerful tale that tugs at the heartstrings. It's also amplified by stress-free interactions where you can progress through the game at your own pace - you can even finish the game in one sitting.
We'll Always Have Paris is coming to Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android in April 2022. If you're keen on learning more about the game, you can have a look at the title on Steam right now, or visit the developers' website to stay updated on all the latest developments. You can also take a quick sneak peek at the launch trailer embedded above to get a feel of the game's vibes.
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