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It’s 300 years in the future, and Earth is a wasteland. You play as the Professor, an archaeologist searching for answers along with her AI companion, ARORA. Together, you discover a mysterious underground house. Using ARORA’s abilities, you’ll rebuild lost memories and relive moments from before the apocalypse.


Discover clues from past Earth, and witness a heartfelt story of human perseverance, creativity, and love. The future ends without the past.


Game Features:

  • Play as a future archaeologist discovering a cast of other characters from past Earth. 

  • Examine relics and relive their stories in the order you choose.

  • Navigate the ruins of humanity's past - a house buried underground during the mysterious Collapse 300 years ago.

  • Search for objects and messages that reveal the lives of those who witnessed the end of the world.

  • Discover and unlock Memories to recreate scenes from the past with the help of your AI companion.

  • Piece together clues that reveal the mystery of fallen Earth and the events that led to the end of civilization.

Price: $12.99 USD


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Galvanic Games


Galvanic Games has been making games in Seattle since 2015. The original founders worked at a creative agency making games, but split off to form Galvanic to build games they believed in. Now a team of eight, they work out of the Indies Workshop. Some Distant Memory is their fourth released game after Gurgamoth, Questmore, and Rapture Rejects.


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Way Down Deep


Way Down Deep is a game publisher that specializes in meaningful, non-violent games with interesting themes based on love and life. Some Distant Memory will be their second released title after The Stars Between Us. They are also publishing Half Past Fate developed by Serenity Forge and Circadian City by Nowhere Studios.