To the Moon Available in Four More Languages

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To the Moon Steam

To the Moon is a beautiful indie game from the developers known as Freebird Games. They have just released four new languages for the game, available to download on their website. These languages are Polish, Portugese, Spanish and Turkish. The game is available for download from their website, of which I have inserted a link below.

I played To the Moon a while ago, and I have to say it’s one of the most beautifully constructed games I have ever played. It’s also one of the saddest, so if you plan to play it, get ready to cry. It doesn’t take more than a few hours to finish, and the gameplay is nice and simple as it’s a point-and-click adventure. It follows the story of Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts. They work for a company that, on request, visits the homes of the dying to alter their memories so they might die with no regrets. I strongly recommend you give the game a go so you’ll be looking forward to their next game as much as I am.

To the Moon released at the end of 2011 for PC. Its sequel, A Bird Story, has yet to be released.