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Submitted by DjPralla 1058d ago | review

To the Moon - Review [UpperPad]

Among the infinite myriad of indie projects springing up all the time, respects the most sought usually reside in gameplay that deviates strongly from the productions AAA, in favor of ideas more or less innovative, or an aesthetic that almost one wants to vote the uniqueness of works of art. Kan Gao, one man show behind the development house called Freebirds Game, To the Moon wanted instead to rely entirely on history. Taking as a development tool such as RPG Maker amateur managed to cucirci on events and happenings that hardly leave the player indifferent. (PC, To the Moon) 90/100

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