Robot soldiers, an evil king, and narration by Patrick Stewart. All good elements for a game, but My Memory of Us, now available for the Nintendo Switch, may not be what you think it is. Developed by Juggler Games and published for the Switch by Crunching Koalas. My Memory of Us tells the “heart-melting” tale of the freindship between a boy and a girl, inpsired by true events from the dawn of World War II.

And it’s narrated by the aforementioned Patrick Stewart.

My Memory of Us is a hand-crafted 2D adventure that features plenty of puzzles and stealth moments in which the two children must use their unique skills to survive. War has broken out in The City, and the two friends—soon to be separated—must find a way to stay together while avoiding the threat of the Evil King and his robot occupation. Take a look at the trailer posted above and you’ll understand the WWII-era influences.

My Memory of Us is available now for the Nintendo Switch for $14.99, but some of you may see a special price when you log into the eShop. Thanks to Crunching Koalas’ friends over at Devolver Digital and Curve Digital, owners of GRIS and/or Beholder: Complete Edition can buy the game at the disounted rate of $11.99 for a limited time.

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