The Kids We Were – Do you remember what it was like

[Game] The Kids We Were

The Kids We Were  Think back, if you will, and picture what it was like when you were young, before the busyness and responsibilities of adulthood weighed on your shoulders.

Playing, learning, seeing the world with fresh eyes…

Hopefully you had good friends at your side, special connections that you treasured, great   dreams and hopes…

Do you remember what it was like, and who you once were?


This is a narrative adventure game that attempts to capture and recreate those golden memories of a more innocent age. Join Minato, a young boy who finds himself on a strange adventure one warm summer’s day.

His journey will take him to unexpected places, and many twists and turns await him before it draws to an end.

This title tells an emotional tale steeped in a mix of modern and retro Japanese aesthetic. If you’re interested in poignant stories or what life is like for everyday Japanese folk, we recommend giving this game a shot!

Oh, and it’s also the latest entry in Gagex’s series of heartwarming story-focused games, so if this appeals to you, please check out our other titles!


Welcome to Kagami, just an average town on the outskirts of Tokyo. Minato, his mother, and his younger sister Mirai have stopped by to visit today.

However, Minato isn’t just here for fun—he’s on a secret mission! Somewhere in this town lives his father, estranged from his family after a hard divorce. Minato needs to find him, because there’s a lot of things his dad needs to know.

After searching high and low, Minato finally finds a clue to his father’s whereabouts. However, it seems his quest won’t be that simple, for the clue he finds is a mysterious notebook left by his father, titled…The Seven Mysteries.

With his father’s notebook as his guide, Minato sets out on a harrowing journey. But this journey isn’t through space, no—it’s one through time! To his astonishment, Minato finds himself transported 33 years into the past, to the day his mother and father met!

Will Minato’s odyssey into the past heal his family, change the future, and alter a tragic destiny?

The only way to find out is to accompany him on his amazing adventure!

Note: This game is free to play from start to finish.

You can enjoy the whole story without paying a dime!

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The Kids We Were user reviews :

So so immersive! I love the attention to detail! Edit after finishing this game – okay. So I freaking loved this. Was teary SO many times. The last few chapters were phenomenal, especially with all the twists and turns. Loved loved loved this game!!!!!

Great storyline and I actually love the game. But, like every other game by this developer, it basically just becomes watching constant ads if you don’t purchase their VIP upgrade. Its more ads than game. You spend most of your time just running around searching for coins so you can advance each level. Also, even on the lowest settings, the game consistently crashed for me and I’d have to go back to my last checkpoint each time. I’d save more often…but there’s an ad every time you save..

I never would’ve thought the storyline would be so deep and well thought, comparing to other games of Gagex. My expectation was just a simple game about daily life of kids in a small town of Japan, but it totally surprised me with an amazing plot with a bit of mysterious factors. Honestly, it gave me a bit chills at some point. The ending is not perfect, but indeed that’s life! The only thing i’m concerned about is the ads, especially every time i use the hint, overall excellent game!

Hmm! This one is a rainbow journey of emotions, too! This game is really amazing. It is very easy to play, and the words, music and events are perfect!! The ending is most wonderful, this game never got me bored, it made me curious about the story, and how the mysteries are solved is good and fun! I truly enjoyed playing this, I will definitely play this again someday, again and again because it is just amazing I am so happy I found this app, fufufu Everyad watchedbymeisworthit

This game is amazing!! I played it without buying anything, but now that I’ve enjoyed it, I’m going to buy this game just to show my appreciation to the developers. Don’t get misdirected by the other reviews. It has a GOOD ending, but you need to find it. I don’t have enough words to say how much I loved this game. I’m a big fan of all Gagex games, at least the English translated ones. If possible, check out their other games. They are heart warming too.

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