G30 - A Memory Maze (Demo)

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About this game

A puzzle you haven’t seen before. A story you won’t forget.

G30 – A Memory Maze is a unique and minimalistic take on the puzzle genre, where each level is hand-crafted and meaningful. It’s a story of a person with a cognitive disorder, who is trying to recollect the elusive past – before the disease takes over and everything will fade away.


• Each puzzle is a story. Solve the memories mystery hidden in 7 main chapters of unique and individually designed puzzles.
• Experience a touching narrative. Live the life of a person whose memories have faded.
• Feel the game. Atmospheric music and sounds will dive you into the breathtaking story
• Relax and play. No scores, no timers, no “game over”.


🏆 Winner of Indie Games Showcase by Google
🏆 Most Innovative Game, Casual Connect USA & Kyiv
🏆 Best Mobile Game, CEEGA Awards
🏆 Excellence in Game Design, DevGAMM
🏆 Best Mobile Game & Critics’ Choice, GTP Indie Cup


Each level sparks a little memory of the person’s life. It’s a two-part puzzle: a visual image of the memory and a telescopic text, that reveals itself with every step. You start with fragmented pieces of the picture and have to move them to restore the original image. In turn, telescopic text reacts to your every step – the closer you are to the solution, the more text unfolds. You are indeed remembering – adding details to the memory and forming a clear picture.


G30 is about memory and consciousness – and what they mean for a human being. There are people around who are losing their ability to remember – some kinds of mental diseases do that to a person. G30 shows how they see the world, how they feel about the past they can’t remember and the reality they can’t recognize.
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Dec 16, 2021

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Ratings and reviews

426 reviews
A Google user
December 14, 2019
3 stars because the creators were kind enough to release a demo which isn't nearly common enough nowadays and is much appreciated. I didn't feel like there was a game here. The puzzle elements don't really require you to think and although the game is narrative driven I didn't feel any sort of attachment or agency. It was kind of like having to run on a wheel to power a kindle. Not a game, but a monotonous grind used to bloat the experience of reading an overly abstract and flowery story.
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Ivan Kovalov
December 14, 2019
Thank you for your review! You’re right - the levels in demo version are easy and not challenging. They are the intro levels and the main purpose is just to show the basic mechanics. The true challenge starts in the second part of the game - there you can find the new mechanics and some really hard levels to solve. Same with the story.
M Doherty (Retail Therapy)
July 8, 2023
Simple, elegant and beautiful. Very relaxing. The puzzle solutions are poetic and profound. Ivan Kovalov is definitely plugged into the universe. The full version is well worth paying for to support this talented developer and this type of quality content. Also, there are no ads to interrupt the demo experience. More developers should follow this business model.
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A Google user
January 12, 2020
Not much of a puzzle, maybe the full version is more so but the demo definitely isn't very difficult. Also some of the sentences of the story dont make sence or read really weird. Has nice music and graphics tho.
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• Improvements and fixes