Read Only Memories: Type-M for iOS

Read Only Memories: Type-M

Mar 6, 2018
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Developer: MidBoss
Content Rating: Mature


Read Only Memories: Type-M is a cyberpunk thriller that imagines the challenges of tomorrow through the adventure games of yesterday. When the world’s first sapient machine falls in with a struggling journalist, the unlikely duo find themselves drawn into the dark places that hide behind the dazzling lights of Neo-San Francisco. The secrets they discover could shake the very foundations of society, and some people would stop at nothing to keep them quiet. Explore a colorful future metropolis, meet fascinating characters, and uncover a deadly conspiracy. Think carefully about your choices—you never know how they will affect events further down the line.

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Carter DotsonMar 07, 2018
Read Only Memories is a rather conflicting experience for me because I love its unique world, I just think that it suffers under some of its stylistic decisions to make for an experience that's a little too slow for my tastes. If you're patient, I do recommend playing this, especially with the free demo available. But I would recommend playing this on a system with physical controls, especially since you're missing out on the voice acting with the mobile version. Still, Read Only Memories: Type-M is something you have to experience for yourself.
Brittany VincentMar 17, 2018
Read Only Memories: Type-M translates fantastically to mobile devices, and it's an excellent example of how to create a cyberpunk-influenced adventure game that encompasses the full spectrum of the genre. It has its own road bumps, none of which are related to its mobile status, but overall it's a point-and-click adventure that you won't want to miss, as long as you can tolerate Turing.

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