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We are Memory Lane Games

The story of Memory Lane Games began with the founders Bruce Elliott and Peter Quayle chatting in a pub about how their Mums enjoyed looking at old photos and reminiscing. 


So began the challenge to make games that could help trigger happy memories and perhaps support people affected by cognitive decline.

As with all of the best ideas, the answer was beautifully simple. A set of app-based memory games on their Mums’ favourite topics and interests which are frustration-free, nostalgic and fun. Feedback from users was so overwhelmingly positive that Memory Lane Games, was quickly born. 

Holding true to our foundations, we believe that everyone has the right to age gracefully and deserves access to simple and effortless digital health solutions. 

Our Mission

To improve the quality of life of those living with dementia and their carers all around the world, with accessible and localised digital health apps.


Our Values

Everyone deserves the right to age gracefully. Everywhere.

We support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, especially SDG #3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages. 

We use technology to engage and delight with frustration-free design.

We collaborate & play well with others.

We appreciate our Isle of Man roots whilst always taking a global view.

We are data-led and totally committed to security, privacy, data integrity and consumer protection.  

We actively seek clinical validation of our efforts in order to build confidence and improve outcomes for our users.

We support charities and communities that aid the elderly. 


Games played in over 100 countries

“When I look back on those initial conversations, I never imagined that our idea would result in us establishing a business which would attract the interest and support of so many incredible partners and health care professionals. It is true to say that “our purpose attracts talent.” 

Bruce Elliott – CEO & Co-Founder.

We love to hear your ideas and stories, please get in touch.

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