Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games
Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games
Wellness

A video game with heart, Before I Forget teaches us about the joys of life – especially relevant today

  • Gamers play as Sunita, a woman with early onset dementia, as she navigates through her home and recalls moments from her past
  • The developers, Chella Ramanan and Claire Morwood, wanted to tell a story that feels like a character study, one that uses a tragedy to celebrate life

Topic |   Wellness
Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games
Before I Forget, a moving video game that follows a woman with early onset dementia in her home, is a love letter to living life to the best of one’s abilities. Photo: 3-Fold Games
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