AER: Memories of Old Crack/Patch

AER: Memories of Old AER puts you in the shoes of Auk, a magical shape-shifting girl who can transform between human and bird.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1225
Genre Action Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Daedalic Entertainment / Daedalic Entertainment

AER: Memories of Old reviews ( 3 )

Xelluse, Jan 1, 2018

Small, but stunning game, gorgeous atmosphere and art, enjoyable and beautiful sound and music and interesting storytelling, if there is a game, that can be called Amazing In the literal sense of the word, then this is it, game is small, do not have lots of gameplay, do not have much action or deep puzzles, but have interesting world and its beautiful story. Great game to relax and dive in to another world. Also, if you ever dreamed to be a bird, then you have to play it.

SuperkenGaming, Oct 25, 2017

AER: Memories of Old Peaceful, but not much here AER is a little over 4 hour long game all about exploration Here you play as a shape shifter that can turn into a bird out to obtain 3 shard pieces to unlock an ancient temple and defeat the void before it takes what’s left of the shattered world you find yourself in… The gameplay here is very simple and the music is very beautiful... There is no combat... no hard or frustrating puzzles… you simply fly uncovering islands, secrets and knowledge and explore these islands and hidden caves and temples on foot flying feels intuitive and smooth, though I did get stuck in a rock while landing, forcing me to back out to the main menu and lose the island uncovering progress made since my last save.. But this only happened once… the game is otherwise pretty bug free... though im convinced one of the trophies are bugged for discovering an ancient battlefield.. unless I discovered the wrong thing There are multiple caves hidden on these islands containing spirit animals and tablets to give you more back story… but where there’s some traditional gameplay is within this games 3 temples… Each are fairly short to complete, the longest taking me about 20 minutes.. And will have you going through powering switches with your torch and aligning different items to progress, nothing too difficult or frustrating… and you can enter any temple at any time when you feel you need a break from exploring... the pacing of this game is up to you. Again really making this a relaxing enjoyable experience to get lost in… I wouldn’t necessarily call AER special or a must play game… But I appreciate the break from life playing this game gave me I give AER: Memories of Old a 6/10

OHIC, Dec 2, 2017

It's enjoyable to fly in this game, but that's about it. It's not visually stunning enough to hold attention through graphics alone. Its story isn't singularly gripping, nor are there great characters who could make you turn a blind eye to the other shortcomings. Unnecessary (and long) loading times, glitches, and irritating mountains of boring text. It does not merit your attention in a year that has so many truly wonderful entries in this area. For £4, you can play Ubisoft's Ode. For £2, Superflight. At almost the same price point, there's What Remains of Edith Finch, where you can have a more beautiful, more emotional game with a better story. If you want something spiritual, Everything is cheaper than Aer. Rime is more expensive, but it makes more sense to get that than to waste money on this.