Posted on Monday, November 26th, 2012 at 8:00 AM by Paul Izod
A video playthrough review of retro-style point & click indie adventure To The Moon (Published by Freebird Games).
In the video, Paul Izod plays through part of the first act of the game to illustrate various aspects of the game, story and mechanics, reviewing it as he goes, with a light-hearted attitude.
The game comes under our Hidden Gem category, being a lesser-known indie game which we at Zero1gaming feel is deserving of greater attention as a truly excellent game. A Hidden Gem need not be a world beater, or even necessarily a traditionally ‘good’ game, but it is always a thoroughly enjoyable experience that we recommend for its sheer fun and being a joy to play.
I cannot recommend the game highly enough and if you like point & click adventures, you will LOVE this game. Its the sort of game that makes its own little place in you’re heart and you’ll find yourself coming back to it again and again.
I know I will.
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