Portland, Oregon based Indie design studio Mutlu Creative has announced that they have released its critically acclaimed game, A Life worth dying for, about triggering flashbacks in this memory based puzzle game, on the Google Play Store for phones and tablets. First was released last month on iOS and now with it launching today, both Android and iOS prices have been reduced from $2.99 to $.99 for a limited time.
In A Life worth dying for, player will experience a memory game where you about to die, and your goal is to remember the previous cues that was showing before. If you can guess correctly, then you will activate a short flashback video. Take on your memory in this interactive game that lets you interact with the artist’s life in a form of abstract impression, and you keep getting the cues correctly, you’ll go deeper and deeper into memory lane.
“It’s like an interactive self-portrait,” says Mutlu Isik, the creator of the game. “I wanted to make something genuine and meaningful, so I decided to include my own personal home videos. Some of these memories are very emotional, so you start to wonder about: what is worth living for? And what’s worth dying for?” The game illustrates his fear of Alzheimer’s disease, a mental illness that can cause permanent memory loss. “My goal is to raise awareness, help fund research, and keep you mentally sharp.”
The features that you will experience in ‘A Life worth dying for’ includes the following:
• Videos are part of core gameplay, not just for cinematic effect.
• Intimate and interactive self-portrait (no linear storytelling).
• Easy to control – challenge your mind, not your fingers.
• Endless play – keep advancing to unlock harder game-modes.
• Your stats – level up and see graphs that highlight your progress.
Here is the trailer for ‘A Life worth dying for’: