Forget Me Knot

Forget-Me-Knot is a prototype video game in which the player embodies the character of an elderly man called Harold.

Forget-Me-Knot is a prototype video game - produced as part of a final year Honours Project - in which the player embodies the character of an elderly man called Harold.

Confined to the living room that has become his world, the player shares his confusion and disability. Through a series of interactions with the objects in his environment, it becomes apparent that Harold is suffering from Alzheimer's disease - affording the player the insight into his condition which Harold himself lacks.

The game aims to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and provide a first-person perspective of living with the condition.

Game info

  • Developer Alex Tarvet
  • Date published 2015
  • Genre Adventure,First person explorer
  • Platform Unknown

Forget Me Knot

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Credits

Art, Design and Implementation by Alexander Tarvet

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