2D puzzle platformer EMMA: Lost in Memories coming to PS4, PS Vita in May

1,000-print run PS Vita physical edition also announced.

EMMA: Lost in Memories

2D puzzle platformer EMMA: Lost in Memories, which first launched for PC via Steam in August 2019, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in May, publisher Eastasiasoft and developers SandBloom Studio and JanduSoft announced.

Eastasiasoft will also publish a 1,000-print run physical edition of EMMA: Lost in Memories for PS Vita, which includes a copy of the game, collector’s box, game manual, original soundtrack CD, and certificate. Pre-orders open at Play-Asia on April 9 at 8:00 a.m. PT / 11:00 a.m. ET.

Here is an overview of the game, via Eastasiasoft:


Discover a surreal world where everything fades away.

Poetic, surrealistic and melancholic, EMMA: Lost in Memories offers a unique experience in a strange and dangerous world where walls fade away as you touch them.

The main character, Emma, is young, vibrant and intriguing: she leaves her home following an owl, and soon loses herself in a world which she slowly finds more and more dangerous.

Key Features

  • Fast and simple gameplay mechanics.
  • Special abilities, including jump, dash and climb.
  • Minimalistic 2D artistic style completely drawn by hand.
  • Dynamic gameplay in a poetic and eccentric world.
  • Two game modes: Main Story and Memory Chest.
  • Delicate reflection on memory loss.

Watch a trailer below.

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