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  Give me Five announces PAST MEMORIES for iPhone and Android
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07/18/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

PAST MEMORIES  is  Give me Five’s latest project, a game from the runner genre for iPhone and Android, with silhouette visuals. It will be available in the App Store and Google Play for only US$ 0.99 soon!

The game tells the story of a woman going through different important memories of her life, which are distorted and full of enemies and obstacles to be faced. The character must try to survive the nightmares of her oppressive past.

She can’t fight her enemies, just run away. But, with the help of resources such as the change of dimensions and items, she can hold them back. With a focus on atmosphere and a storyline told through the game,  Past Memories  draws inspiration on different titles and original ideas for the developers to form a set of fun for the players.

" PAST MEMORIES is the first intelectual property game from  Give me Five and we wanted to do something that meant that realization,” says Roberto Guedes, General Director of the company.

Fans can also learn more about  PAST MEMORIES , keep track of promotions and interact with developers on  Facebook  or Twitter .

Download the main theme,  Past  Melodies !

Download our  Press Kit  with concept arts, screenshots, pictures of the developers, logos from  Give me Five and  PAST MEMORIES, press release and link for the trailer!

ABOUT GIVE ME FIVE ENTERTAINMENT GROUP

Give me Five is a brazilian game company created in 2010 and located in Brasilia. It is responsible for such hits as “ Dilma Adventure” (2010) and “ Jogo Justo on the Taxes Island” (2011) (both WEB), which registered records of played times on their releases, appearing on both national and international press.

We aim for simple efficiency and quality, combining with the humor and creativity of our developers. We also focus on fun at work and learning from our mistakes, using collaborative competition. We are here to listen to the players, and deliver great experiences!

ABOUT THE DEVELOPERS

Felipe Vieira – Felipe was always enchanted by the digital games’s magical world. He grew up working with WEB programming until he did college of Digital Games where he found his vocation as a digital artist to bring life the worlds that he dreamed about. Today, he is the professional responsible for concept art, final design and video of  Give me Five, besides all the company’s good jokes.

Mateus Negrelli – During his childhood, Mateus received from his parents a Super Nintendo and familiarity with the great rock bands of late last century. Over the years, games and music eventually became his greatest interests, together with game music. Despite being in an engineering course, he still wants to walk the path of composer and  PAST MEMORIES  is his latest official work.

Raphael Nunes – Raphael was in love with the video game industry from an early age. Even before entering high school, he knew it would be his profession in the future. After years of studying, he entered in 2009 for the Degree in Digital Games where he took pleasure in the power of giving life to the world that has always dreamed of creating through programming. Today, he is  Give me Five‘s crazy programmer.

Roberto Guedes – Roberto has always been interested in computer science, even when he was little. In 2007, he decided to venture in the gaming industry. Before devoting himself full time to the development of games, Roberto was a game journalist, and visited studios of major developers to test and evaluate releases. In college, met the  Give me Five team, where he is Creative Director, Producer, General Director, Marketing Director and tries to be funny when he shouldn’t.