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Welcome To

Memory
Gliders

Welcome to Memory Gliders – a place in space where every choice matters, every character has a story to share and a past to deal with.

Become the only HOPE to lead your kin towards a lost home… and face the long forgotten memories.

Memory Gliders is a single player point & click edu-game about collective memory and trauma.

It can be used in classroom as well as played at home. The game takes approx. 2 hours to finish.

The game contains a bit of physical violence (in a surrealistic form), no adult content, no strong language.

According to PEGI rating guidelines, we recommend it for players of the minimum age of 12.

Our Users Stories

Questions we asked

Act I
Question 1
How does the story so far resonate with your personal perspective?
Question 2
How does the story so far resemble your society's history?
Act II
Question 1
How does the story so far resonate with your personal perspective?
Question 2
What recollections, memories, emotions does it bring?
Act III
Question 1
What emotions, impressions did the game awake and why?
Question 2
What meaning has the result the game for you in regard to our world and contemporary history?
Stories so far: 5
Marek, Age: 23, Country: Poland
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Act III
Question 1
Not too much. It's quite obvious we have to care for each other - but I like the idea of making all the flock being on board with the journey - it's like politics should look in an ideal world.
was before
Made me think. Our choices matter. Sometimes we don't communicate, and in result we can't longer even discover the right options (like speaking other persons language).
Question 2
It has much similarities with refugees and political prisoners to Russia struggling on decision if they try to risk to travel/espace and go back home. They usually didn't know at all, how what they remembered as HOME would look like.
Weird - like we suffocate, ruining the environment and trying to save some spots the same time. We basically keep smiling and don't want to see that there's no more air to breathe, no more water to drink.
This is about our world. The game hassome better and worse moments - but everything makes sense relating to current world situation - migrants, pollution, civil wars... I think the game is to easy - in rreal life I don't think we as global community will reach a happy ending
Maria, Age: 35, Country: Poland
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Antonio, Age: 36, Country: Italy
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Question 1
The game is very easy-going so far, supports the traditional model. I think it shows the benefits of respecting your elders in a way it is appreiated by my relatives. We learn from our grandmothers and we accet their opinions- even the strong ones noone else woould dare to tell us.
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Question 2
It has some strong connotations to the Mussolini family position in society - how we tend to fake our closest history.
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