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    Another Code: R - A Journey into Lost Memories

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released Feb 05, 2009

    A cell-shaded pseudo 3D Wii sequel to the DS adventure game Another Code: Two Memories (also known as Trace Memory in America)

    Short summary describing this game.

    Another Code: R - A Journey into Lost Memories last edited by Bowl-of-Lentils on 01/03/22 10:22AM View full history


    Another Code R: A Journey into Lost Memories follows the 16-year old Ashley once more as she explores Lake Juliet. Ashley remembers a vague time where she visited before, just before her mother's death when she was 3 years old. Players solve puzzles and gather clues to try and unlock the past - finding out what's so significant about the lake.


    A large portion of the game plays like a visual-novel where you cycle through text occasionally making choices which affect the conversation. However, in between conversations, you move Ashley round the camp and its surrounding areas in a 2D plane (i.e. left and right) though it allows you to change this plane at certain junctions on the path.

    Throughout the game, the player come across a variety of puzzles. Some require the use of a virtual DSi (known in-game as the DAS or "Dual Another System") to take pictures and manipulate them. You also use a Wii remote like device to open door-locks by entering codes which get steadily more complicated throughout. In addition to these, there are puzzles that use neither of these in-game objects and, instead, require you to use the Wii Remote as if you are manipulating Ashley's movements (the most publicized would be the use of a water acidity testing kit where you tilt and shake the Wii remote like the chemicals and the test tube).


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