Help the residents of Berryside Mews find their lost items in Memorabilia - Mia's Mysterious Memory Machine, a delightful hidden object encounter.
Mia just purchased her new home, an old abandoned farmhouse, and discovered a strange machine hidden in the attic. The manual claims it is a mind reading device created in 1925 by an A. J. Penburry, the home's original owner. After weeks of work and numerous replacement parts, she finally has it working and ready to put it to good use, helping neighbors find lost items and earning money to restore her house.
Scan the minds of residents to remove the clutter and piece together their memory fragments. Keep them happy by finding favorite objects, while also using your Match 3 skills to create fun and helpful power ups, including Multi-Hint, Clarifying Glass and De-clutter. With the help of your grateful customers, you'll soon restore and decorate your new home, and perhaps even find out what happened to A.J. Penburry.
Try the free trial version or download the full version of Memorabilia - Mia's Mysterious Memory Machine and start finding those memories today!
Find Hidden Objects using a mysterious memory machine.
Meet and help 50 individual residents locate their missing items.
Create fun power ups using your Match 3 skills in mini-games.
Repair and decorate your old farmhouse with money earned.
Discover the story of the strange old machine's inventor.
It was a lot of fun and fairly fast paced. You could have had more choices in some of the house things.
CottonCandees | Added on: July 12, 2010
The only thing I liked about this game was the concept of looking for things that were identified by each person's favorite thing. It gave me a headache where the items are swirl around and are fuzzy. The language used to name the items is weird such as an ice cream is an ice cream shake and a draws is a chest of drawers. It is very easy to put the puzzles together and after helping 2 people I was done... but no, I gave it a few more levels and it didn't get any better.
I only played this game a few times but I wasnt really impressed. Its an ok game to play now and then but nothing I would call addictive. I agree with the other reviewer that states its hard on the eyes with all the moving stuff to find things.
niccam | Added on: July 28, 2010
I really liked this game for the fact that it's SO original. I've never played one like it before. It's fun, and the mini games, and hints, and decorating are all fun as well. It keeps the game interesting. I hope to see more like this. I'm tired of playing the same thing over and over again so this game was refreshing.
KKeith | Added on: September 22, 2011
This game is very enjoyable, replayable, and a neat twist on the usual HO game. Easy on the eyes. The "oh my!"? Well they need a better English language translator. Draws=drawers, microscope and other things misidentified another example: a C-clamp is called a vise. I will keep and enjoy the game and definitely recommend it with a cautionary note that if you can't seem to find something, check the image as it may well be something else! ;-)
The game was interesting at the beginning because of the original design but it gets boring easily. Does it even have an end? It's always the same and because of the bizarre british names used for daily items it sometimes gets clicky. The minigame is vey boring too. Sadly this game is the waste of a brilliant idea.
sameyers | Added on: July 13, 2010
I really enjoyed playing this. It is a little "swirly," but I kind of liked that challenge. I had no trouble picking up the slang used for the objects and I LOVED decorating the rooms. I very rarely had to use the hints. I can see some smaller kids getting frustrated at the swirling, but overall, I think it's a suitable game for everyone.
sparkleannie | Added on: July 12, 2010
I found this to be an excellent family game. The hidden object parts of the game were different than the usual, which I think made it a bit more challenging and kept my interest longer. Hidden items float around in layers, sometimes overlapping and hiding just what you're looking for. I had no trouble with the British slang, other than I forgot a torch can mean a flashlight. I highly enjoyed this game. Since I'm not keen on match 3 games, I just ignored that part of the game for the most part, only playing a few rounds. I recommend it if you want a change from the hidden object games you're used to.
I enjoy playing this game is more relaxing, then challenging. It can be replayed with new items to find. It can be played be children as long as they are able to read.
DXA1 | Added on: July 9, 2010
For kids, this is a cute game, but for the experience HOG player, it is a bit cutesy.
cherokeegirl | Added on: September 22, 2011
fun and easy .. interesting scenarios ..also family style game
Justsue | Added on: March 22, 2011
I thought this game was charming. It's refreshing to play a hidden object game that doesn't involve straining my eyes to find tiny objects in dimly-lit rooms full of clutter. Instead the objects are floating right in front of your face. Overlapping the objects makes it more challenging. If the floating motion bothers you, there is a zoom button that will turn off the motion. I prefer the motion because it makes it easier to find objects that are hidden behind other objects. The home decorating aspect added a little extra fun, as did the match three and puzzle games. The language is definitely English (UK English) but not hard to figure out. There were only a couple of minor problems I encountered. In one game I needed to click on a panda and there were two. The one I clicked on was the wrong one because apparently it was supposed count as a teddy bear instead. There was also a pair of goggles that looked much too much like sunglasses. Also, I never could get the Power Up Saver trophy even though I did have 5 of each type. Otherwise, I really enjoyed it. I especiallly liked that the story didn't involve anything creepy like murder or the occult or ancient pagan religions. That's usually the norm with HOGs. I liked the inventor storyline this one offered.
Game is fun and entertaining. The mini-games are quick and easy. A good way to spend time relaxing. It can be enjoyed by the entire family.
TAR671 | Added on: July 9, 2010
This is a very frustrating game. You have to use hints, to find listed items, because the items do not resemble the listed name in a lot of cases. For example, you are sent to look for a "Jug' when in fact the item you have to find is a "Genie Lamp" The text consist of British slang, that would make it hard for a child to play this game. The puzzles are extreamly simple, mostly consisting of zig-saw puzzles consisting of 5-12 pieces. You can put them together with your eyes fifty percent of the time. I got bored very fast and and found myself hopeing each round was the last, but they never end. I would not buy this game until I have looked at the free version.
Yet another "wreck of a game" that needs cuts off. As already mentioned in a previous review, you pretty much have to use hints because the items you have to find don't resemble at all (some of them anyway). For example: In this game a jug is a genie lamp and one of the pieces of cake looked like a red brick to me - lol! The items to find are in this big circle and at times when I would move the mouse to click on an item, the circle "moves" and darn near made me about nauseous. Normally I'm not one much for puzzles but as also mentioned I was able to put the pieces together with my eyes they were so easy. That is pretty much all you do throughout this game as I only played it for maybe 15 minutes tops and that was enough for me is find items, do very simple preschool puzzles. Oh and the money you make you get to "upgrade" the house = big whoopie do! I think the kids would get bored with this game and some may even have a lot of trouble playing this because some of the items don't resemble what they are suppose to be.
This a game for kids, because I thought it was boring and the same over and over. Not my kind of game.
maryday | Added on: December 7, 2010
This is one game that you have to just start playing & "catch on" as you go along after reading the directions. It is not as hard as it sounds. Very original & addictive (good? bad?) & I probably would buy it if I did not have FunPass. Items are sometimes hidden behind other items. Whenever you see that you need to find several of one item, do that first to get those out of the way so that you can see others. Did not have any trouble understanding what to look for except they made a mistake when they asked for a "microphone" & they actually wanted a "microscope". Some areas dim & the same color so makes it more difficult to find. You need to get in just the right kind of light so try playing in different locations until you find one where you can see the best. Game has plenty of help if you need it. Do not know about replay.
This was a cute game- I liked the decorating part of it the most. It got a bit boring because it was the same thing over and over. Also whoever programmed it does not know a microphone from a microscope. They also refer to a flashlight as a torch and I forget what word they used for a double ended wrench.... I think kids might enjoy the game.