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To the Moon

To the Moon - Cover art

There exists a technology that allows doctors to weave artificial memories, so that the patients wake up with recollections of things that didn't actually happen. However, the conflict between real and artificial memories means that only those on their death beds can experience it, to fulfill their lifetime dream for one brief moment before dying. A man named Johnny wishes he'd been to moon, so doctors Rosalene and Watts must step back through his interactive memories in fragmented reverse chronology until finally reaching his childhood.

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Posted by Antrax on Aug 3, 2013

An interesting experiment that ultimately falls flat


To The Moon is an attempt to tell a mature story in adventure game form, with RPG graphics. However, the almost complete lack of interactivity, the short length and the ultimately disappointing story make it a difficult game to recommend to anyone. The game...

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Game Information

Platform Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac, PC, Linux
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Drama, Science Fiction
Theme Psychological
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation 2D or 2.5D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download

To the Moon by Freebird Games - A Point and Click Adventure Game

To the Moon is an adventure game, released in 2012 by Freebird Games. To the Moon has a Stylized art style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of To the Moon and rate it as Very good, meanwhile the community rating for To the Moon is Good.