While exploring your new home, an old abandoned farmhouse, you discover a strange machine. The manual claims it is a mind reading device, created in 1925 by an A. J. Penburry. After several weeks' work and numerous replacement parts it is now ready for action. It's time to put the machine to good use, and earn enough money to renovate your new home.
Memorabilia is a hidden object game in which you help customers find their missing items by locating and piecing together memory fragments. Keep customers happy by finding their favourite objects and use your matching skills to create fun and helpful power ups, including Multi Hint, Clarifying Glass and Declutter. With the help of your grateful customers you'll soon restore and decorate your new home.
"Memorabilia takes several game elements and combines them in a unique way that I haven't seen before. I loved the ability to restore your house and I noted a lot of purple items. My favorite color is lilac so I was quite pleased by this. The match three game gave the ability to swap items diagonally made it much easier and again I liked the bright colorful graphics. This was a game that combines the elements quite well without being overwhelming. There is a relaxed mode which I played but there is a timed mode as well should you prefer!"
"Have you ever moved into a new place, only to find that the previous occupant left something behind? In Memorabilia, the item in question isn't a lamp or a coffee maker of dubious distinction, but a machine that allows you to read people's minds. The graphics are a lovely pastiche of pastels and textures, as pleasant and comforting as the English village they're depicting. The story of the inventor who disappeared 50 years ago is also interesting enough to make you want to know how it all turns out."
"I really liked this game for the fact that it's SO original. I've never played one like it before. It's fun, and the mini games, and hints, and decorating are all fun as well. It keeps the game interesting. I hope to see more like this. I'm tired of playing the same thing over and over again so this game was refreshing."