Gagex, the studio behind the dreamy visual novel Summer of Memories, is back again with another whimsical tale of childhood. One fateful summer day, a young boy named Minato suddenly finds himself on a journey through time, and you must help him see it through to the very end.
The Kids We Were is a visual novel adventure with a charming voxel aesthetic, meaning everything is blocky and made of cubes. After a tragic parting years ago, Minato finally meets up with his mother and sister.
Minato is on a journey to find his estranged father, and during his investigation he stumbles upon a mysterious book that sends him back 33 years into the past. With your help, Minato can find his lost father and perhaps rewrite history.
At its core, The Kids We Were is another heartwarming and soulful adventure from Gagex. Every day players will guide Minato as he travels around the town. Minato will explore the countryside, collect fun little souvenirs, and even make some friends.
If you are looking for a nice story to relax to, The Kids We Were is the perfect choice. Minato’s coming of age story is one that is bound to tug at your heartstrings.
(This news article was first published on Touch Tap Play)