GameSpot: To the Moon relies on a ridiculous premise: Scientists tap into your memories with a special machine and then change them so that you might be granted a deathbed wish. It then uses that premise to tell a bittersweet and thematically rich story about the bond between lovers and the power of childhood memories. Each chapter in the tale reveals more about a dying man's life and further unwraps the mystery of his greatest desire: to visit the moon. To the Moon doesn't tax your brain with clever puzzles or test your skills with a mouse and keyboard. Instead, it moves your heart and inspires introspection. This modest adventure game, with its 16-bit-style visuals and its all-text dialogue, is a triumph of game storytelling, and it will stay with you long after you reach its tear-jerking conclusion.