First Person Puzzle Adventure ‘Memorrha’ Unlocked Release Date 2023
Sticky Stone Studio today announced that the long-awaited Switch version of the first-person puzzle game, Memorizewill be on the console soon – January 13, 2023 to be exact.
This game has been around for a long time and we are happy to see it finally reaching the release stage. We first heard about Memorha’s plans to return to Switch in 2018, when it was given a release date next year. Obviously this didn’t come to fruition, but that didn’t stop the team at Sticky Stone from working on bringing the title to the Nintendo Console.
As seen in the trailer above, the game revolves around solving puzzles in an ancient environment, searching for clues, and finding useful items. Coupled with an extremely calming soundtrack and an interesting visual style, we think this could be an effective way to get our brains working again after the Christmas break.
The game has received mixed reviews on Steam since its release on PC in 2019, with many commenting on the need for significant tweaking. Here’s hoping that the following years mean these issues are now fixed for the Switch version.
For some more information on the game’s features and some visuals, check out the following from Sticky Stone Studio:
Go on a journey of discovery following the trail of a mysterious culture.
Solve the mystery of the sleeping machines and learn more about their creators. A diverse and open world full of thrilling puzzles and secrets awaits you.
– Can you decipher the mechanics of ancient technology?
– Will you learn the truth about those who came before you?
– Will you find your destiny in this secret world?
Game play features:
– Explore a stylized and lovely designed environment
– Solve 100 complex puzzles of logic and combinatorics
– Interact with machines and hand-held objects
– Category icons and pictograms with your scanner
– Relax and listen to epic soundtrack
– Fully compatible with the controller
Memorha in North America eShop page up and running, currently listed for $19.99. From the look of the trailer and the time the team took to bring this game to life, we’re happy to see a similar price point in other listings.