She Remembered Caterpillars is a fungipunk fantasy about love, loss, and holding on, told in the format of a colour-based puzzle game. A tale as the bond between parent and child, this lush and bewildering title will have players testing their wits against a variety of challenges, some devious, and others outright nefarious, but all beautiful and very, very strange.

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She Remembered Caterpillars asks us to look, to think, to care, even when we’re stuck with a problem. When we’re too busy solving the issues of our own lives, it tells us to take the time to see the beauty of the world around us that we’re missing, or that there are people around us who can help.
—Joel Couture, Steam Shovelers

She Remembered Caterpillars turns personal grief into pretty puzzles: It isn’t about giving up, but about acceptance, going through the motions until you at least come to peace with what you cannot control
—Nicole Carpenter, Kill Screen

The formula was simple enough, but it ramped up in difficulty very quickly. There was a real skill to getting your head around what colours could go where and when.
—Laura Kate Dale, Destructoid

It legitimately made me feel like I was learning something with every misstep taken and every puzzle reaching its completion.
—Evan Bourgault, Electric Sista Hood

Definitely one to watch, very enjoyable if you like a good puzzle, a beautiful looking and sounding game!
—Alyx Jones, The Sound Architect