To the Moon for PC
PC - Windows, Mac, Linux

To the Moon

Nov 1, 2011
8.73
playscore
Good
164th of 18234

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Freebird Games
Content Rating: N/A

Summary

Sigmund Corp. employees Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts are tasked with fulfilling the lifelong dream of the dying Johnny Wyles. Johnny wants to go to the moon, although he doesn't know why. The doctors insert themselves into an interactive compilation of his memories and traverse backwards through his life via mementos. Gameplay is primarily about exploring Johnny's memories to find significant objects and collect energy from them to strengthen the memory and connect to a more distant one, from Johnny's old age leading back to his childhood. Occasionally, the player will have to explore Johnny's house and the surrounding area for certain clues, if they cannot gather enough energy from a certain memory, or don't know how to proceed to a further one.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS:Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor:Intel Pentium III 800 MHz
  • Memory:512 MB RAM
  • Graphics:1024x768 High Color
  • DirectX

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
7.94
Kevin VanOrdNov 22, 2011
If you lament the state of story in games, To the Moon is a game you must play. It's available for download from developer Freebird Games' website for $11.99, which seems about right for this affecting four-hour tale. Those four hours pack a real punch, inviting you to consider just how a single event can change your destiny. For now, you should take control of your own destiny and play To the Moon. You'll be glad you did
Sophia TongJun 24, 2012
While the game may not offer much in terms of a challenge, or even gameplay, it does offer a rich and thought-provoking narrative that will make you want to share it with someone. The melancholy setting and touching piano refrains may leave you misty-eyed, if not drowning in your own tears, but the short four hour adventure is absolutely worth it.
Alex NavarroDec 06, 2011
Given more resources, more collaborative experience, and a few more finely crafted tales like To the Moon under his belt, it feels wholly possible that Kan Gao could help bring that breakthrough about someday, perhaps in the not-too-distant future.

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