It’s been a centenary since World War 1 and so it’s only apt that a new game comes along to help you honour such an occasion appropriately. Forget your first-person shooters for a minute, and instead pay attention to 11-11: Memories Retold, which is a wartime drama made to look like a living painting that depicts “what it means to be drawn into war.”
We’re very excited to be giving away the game’s art book due to how beautiful it looks. It’s actually a collaboration between Wallace and Gromit studio Aardman and game developer Digixart. Also included in the prize are two vinyl soundtracks that have been signed by composer Olivier Deriviere. Please note that this giveaway is for UK address holders only.
As to the game itself, 11-11: Memories Retold‘s story is one of the biggest aspects at play here, so it’s important to know what it’s about. It actually follows the intertwining fates of two people who are on opposite sides of the Great War. One is a young photographer who leaves Canada to be on the Western Front. The other is a German technician who is told his son has missing in action.
If that’s not enough to draw you into the game then you should know that the two protagonists are joined by animal companions. Who doesn’t love animals? But, seriously, this is a game about tragic events and that the people who made it hope will help us all remember them for generations to come.
The description gets into this a little more: “Try to preserve your humanity on opposite sides of the war and come back alive to your loved ones while being confronted with the greatest and worst men are capable of.”
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