“And You May Find Yourself” is a Texture game about a man who wakes up with an identity and a family he doesn’t remember.
Gameplay: I don’t know what to make of the game. Its ending hints that multiple playthroughs will give more insight into the plot, but I was just as confused after doing so. The game gets stuck after entering the kitchen on the version I have, which is the only path forward at that point in the game. Even ignoring that, the game feels more like a demo or sketch of a full game rather than something self-contained and complete. 2/10.
Mechanics: The Texture mechanic works well in the game. There are a few different branches available for exploration. They don’t affect the overall plot, at least in the part I played through, but they do result in different scenes. 3/10.
Presentation: The bulk of the game is concerned with the protagonist’s odd predicament, having the family and IDs of what he believes to be a completely different person. That confusion is communicated well, although the rest of the characters aren’t very well-developed. 3/10
You might be interested in this game if: You like games with amnesiac protagonists.