We'll always have Paris

3.7
16 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

We'll always have Paris is a short narrative experience about loving someone with dementia.

This is the story of Simon Smith, a retired chef who lives with Claire, his wife of fifty years. Claire is slowly losing her memory, and Simon must balance his love for her with his desire to maintain normality and autonomy over the confusion that is infiltrating both their lives.

We'll always have Paris is a wholesome adventure that explores the lived experience of memory loss, and the beauty of a love that lasts two lifetimes.

– A powerful and emotional narrative

– Pressure-free interactions and mechanics

– A compact experience perfect for playing through in one sitting
Updated on
Aug 22, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

3.7
16 reviews
Amy Tang
July 12, 2022
Rough around the edges but still an overall positive experience. Storytelling and audio are great, but the mechanics are not well adapted to mobile. Tap targets are far smaller than recommended accessibility guidelines, and honestly the "assemble the puzzle" sequences take you out of the narrative flow with a frustrating "goddammit pick up the piece" experience.
11 people found this review helpful
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Leo Chun
May 22, 2022
What a beautiful game. I really enjoyed it. Slightly rough around the edges — some taps don't work so smoothly and the drawing function feels unfinished. However I am aware that this is a new game and thus regard it as a non-issue and know it will be fixed soon. I recommend this game for sure; took me around 30 minutes to play, but it leaves you deep in thought. Thank you for this!
9 people found this review helpful
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Elvaretta Trixie
May 21, 2022
I quite enjoyed my time playing this. The story is pretty short and sweet(?), the choices aren't a lot, but I think the twist could compensate for it (and it did catch me by surprise 💀💀💫). The controls are a little janky, especially during the painting session, but that might just be my phone. If you're looking for something to do at three in the afternoon like me, you might want to play this. Thank you for reading my ramblings, have a good one.
7 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Android version update