Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities pays tribute to the classics of survival horror games, including Resident Evil and Silent Hill. According to Gamezebo’s review of the game, it delivers strong atmosphere, but its sometimes-confusing puzzles are a relic of past adventure games.
As a whole, Forgotten Memories is designed really well, and it is very creepy with some neat puzzles. The game is only marred by clunky combat experiences and a stingy save system that is stuck in the 90’s.
Pre-registration for Mobius Final Fantasy has opened up in Japan. The fascinating thing about this is that people who pre-register are rewarded with the Brotherhood Sword, a blade made of water that was wielded by Tidus in Final Fantasy X. Mobius Final Fantasy is coming to iOS and Android in Japan later this spring, but there’s no word on localization efforts yet.
Via Pocket Gamer
Boom Dots, the single-touch game of exploding dots and (non-explosive) reflexes, recently updated with 60 new levels. The 1.2.1 update includes other goodies as well, like new themes, new achievements, and a pause button. Whew – now you can finally stop playing long enough to use the washroom. The game is free to download.