Developer Little Moth Games and publisher Akupara Games are teaming up to re-release the horror game Keep in Mind as Keep in Mind: Remastered next month. The game follows Jonas, a man struggling with alcoholism and mental illness as he reflects on his life. Gamers can expect a short play time and a story that deals with some real world issues.
The original Keep in Mind was released on PC in 2016. The original version was free, and while the upcoming remastered version will not be, Akupara Games has pledged to donate all of its profits from the game to Child’s Play. Child’s Play is a charity that seeks to help improve the lives of children in hospitals by providing them with toys and games. Since its creation in 2003, the charity has become a favorite among gamers and gaming companies and has raised over 44 million dollars.
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Keep in Mind: Remastered has a scheduled release date of March 8th on Android, iOS and PC via Steam. Here is an excerpt from the game’s description and a trailer with more information:
- Critically Acclaimed Story – Join Jonas as he confronts his personal demons in order to save himself
- Eerie Soundtrack – Listen to the immersive, haunting soundtrack
- Memorable Experience – Characters and emotions that will stick with you long after you complete the game
- Help a Good Cause – By purchasing Keep in Mind: Remastered, Akupara Game’s profits are donated to charity, Child’s Play<