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About Quell Memento

Forget the world. Fall in love with this enchanting zen puzzler.

Set within an old abandoned house, the player restores order to the jumbled memories of the last occupant, and in doing so embarks on a haunting journey of self-discovery and reflection.

Note: 3 chapters are provided for free. Further chapters can be accessed with in-app purchases.

* 48 cunningly crafted puzzles to solve for free!
* Additional puzzles can be purchased inside the app.
* Hidden collectibles to discover!
* Perfectly balanced difficulty curve!
* New soundtrack by composer Steven Cravis
* Localized for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese, and Japanese.
* Leaderboards and Achievements, powered by Google Play Services
* Optimized for phones and tablets

Suitable for all ages, this is an experience that will stay with you long after you put it down.

Note about permissions:
The permission BILLING is used for optional in-app purchases (additional coins or a skeleton key). The ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE permission is used only to detect when the phone has no network connection, in which case online features are disabled.

I love the Quell games but this one is my Fave... I love the old time theme of this one it just appeals to me. Guys you have to download this game.. it is about strategy, it's challenging, and you will not g...
Brilliant brilliant brilliant, in every way!
Mr. Hitchens
I really enjoyed this game it was challenging
Great Sequel !! i love when a really good, challenging, well done game takes it to another level and builds an even better fun game by adding all the right touches... thx guys!
David Smiley
A good game. Pleasant calming graphics, semi challenging games, extra game pieces to look for makes for a relaxing break from lying news people commenting on peaceful protests. Enjoy.
A Google user
Cool game,but having to pay to continue was a disappointing
John Farrell