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Description

SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect is a retro-styled platformer taking place inside a virtual reality. After an accident, the neural connection between the prototype android Etta and her toy cat robot M1MI is damaged. M1MI and Etta are faced with attacking monsters claiming they are part of a computer's operating system as they try to reach the the reboot switch in order to log her out into the real world.

M1MI has a double-jump move, a short range sword attack and a limited amount of throwing knives, which can be replenished by picking up more. There are also score items spread around, as well as more rare power-ups. You start with 16 lives, and extras are granted at certain score levels. Taking a hit will lose you a life and restart from the last checkpoint - usually the start of the level. Some levels will change the game formula by having you ride a mine cart, boat or swim.

Every few levels there is a fight against a boss, followed by a bonus stage where you can gain extra points and knives by grabbing envelopes and avoiding bones.

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SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Windows These pickups give 200 points - on the way to an extra life
SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Windows Intro scroll
SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Windows Title screen
SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Windows The map of Etta's brain doubles as a world map

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SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Screenshot
SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Screenshot
SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect Screenshot

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Destructoid Apr 24, 2015 9 out of 10 90

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lights out party (21599) added SWR JST DX: Selective Memory Erase Effect (Windows) on Dec 02, 2016