'Member the Way?' is a simple game.
All you've got to do is to follow a given path. Sounds easy, right?
Well, actually it's not quite that easy.
You can see the path only at the beginning of a level. As soon as you hit 'Start', it disappears and you have to rely on your memory.
But you are not all on your own. Some waypoints will still be visible and every 'saved' life can be used later to reveal a part of the path for a short time.
How far can you get?
nikodemusp 1 month agoGame Graphics Mechanics
Mnlk 1 month agoThanks for the feedback and especially for the suggested improvements.
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