To The Moon

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"To the Moon is a game you must play. Those four hours pack a real punch, inviting you to consider just how a single event can change your destiny. For now, you should take control of your own destiny and play To the Moon. You'll be glad you did." -

"The convincing banter between the two doctors, the tale of John's carer and her relationship with her children, the stories of friends and families and how they intersect along the passage of life... To the Moon takes the details of human life in its stride, and delivers them with a breezy effortlessness." -

Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts have peculiar jobs: They give people another chance to live, all the way from the very beginning... but only in their patients' heads.

Due to the severity of the operation, the new life becomes the last thing the patients remember before drawing their last breath. Thus, the operation is only done to people on their deathbeds, to fulfill what they wish they had done with their lives, but didn’t.

This particular story follows their attempt to fulfill the dream of an elderly man, Johnny. With each step back in time, a new fragment of Johnny's past is revealed. As the two doctors piece together the puzzled events that spanned a life time, they seek to find out just why the frail old man chose his dying wish to be what it is.

And Johnny's last wish is, of course... to go to the moon.

Key Features:

  • A unique story-driven experience

  • Innovative mix between adventure game elements and classic RPG aesthetics

  • Acclaimed original soundtrack that closely ties to the story

  • An espresso execution with zero filler and no time drains

Customer reviews


The game that penetrating deep into the soul.

Suppression555 | Aug. 18, 2014 | See all Suppression555's reviews »

The combination of piano and story - an incredibly moving story. Travel memoirs ... Youth, youth, childhood. First love and childhood dreams, resentment, despair. You poured into the game, you become part of it, you know, that everything depends only on you, that only you will be able to correct the turn of events, arrange all the same meeting of the protagonist with his cherished dream. It seems that the most incredible desires can be fulfilled by magic. Magic game, insanely nice and wonderful. Play it is to each. Understand the essence of life and understand what you need to always believe in your dream. And most importantly - love. After all, she only sent the protagonist to the moon. Where they will meet one day. Must meet.

I love you. To the moon and back.


Great story, great soundtrack, great game.

x0nex | July 24, 2014 | See all x0nex's reviews »

To The Moon by Freebird games. This is such a great game. One of my favourites for sure. Don't watch the videos on YouTube, just play it. It might look basic/boring, but play it to the end and you will not be disappointed. I highly recommend playing it if you haven't already. [Overall rating 8.5/10]

Gameplay is pretty average. There isn't much exciting about the gameplay. You click to move, search for objects, click objects, talk to NPCs and that is about it. Don't expect a lot from the gameplay but what it lacks here, it excels in storyline and audio. I believe the gameplay is meant to be quite simple so that more people can experience the story. Even though gameplay is a big deal in video games, this game was amazing still. [Gameplay rating 6/10]

Storyline was something else. Beautiful. When you finish the game and reach the credits, you want to applaud... after you've wiped away the tears of course. If' you're just starting this game, I can't stress how important it is to play this game to the end just for that experience alone. The story alone makes up for the simple gameplay and graphics. [Story rating 10/10]

Graphics are retro style, like something from a SNES time RPG. Don't expect something cutting-edge from the graphics, but they are detailed enough for you to see facial expressions and catch the emotions needed. [Graphics rating 8/10]

Audio is amazing. I find that I'm listening to the full soundtrack regularly. The song, "Everythings Alright" by Laura Shigihara still gives me the feels when I hear it. Amazing voice, and amazing soundtrack. Audio often helps a great deal with infusing emotions into a story, this is definitely the case with To The Moon. [Audio rating 10/10]

Instead of showing gameplay or epic moments in the game. I will leave you with a YouTube link for the full soundtrack. Enjoy.

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Breath-taking story

kaprCZ | July 14, 2014 | See all kaprCZ's reviews »

I must admit that at the beginning, it looked a bit boring but then I focused more to story. The story is very interesting and touching. It's about old dying man and his memories. His relatives wants he could die in peace so they'll call two scientists who can change his memories to make him feel better and fulfil his big dream. You play as the two scientists and looking for pieces of his memories. During the game, the story is more and more interesting and sometimes also very sad. I would never say that RPG game like this (game where you see the world from above) can have such a strong story. Maybe it's not about playing as I thought before I played it, it's just like reading a book with moving pictures where you can control characters.

I can highly recommend for all people who like breath-taking stories and who don't mind if the game is not only about playing.


To The Moon, and in our hearts

Darlus | June 22, 2014 | See all Darlus's reviews »

To The Moon is a very touching tale told through mix-up-order memories that make more sense the deeper you get into the game. On top of a solid story, the writing for this game great, though the humor seems tailored to a specific audience (Lucky I am in that target audience and enjoyed it). The soundtrack is also filled with beautiful tone-setting scores that I grew quite fond of throughout the game. The gameplay mechanics however leave something to be desired. You advance from memory to memory by solving sliding tile puzzles that become annoying quickly, and, aside from a coupe of mini games, that's really all there is to it. Most of your time is spent walking around examining objects to collect more dialogue and unlock the puzzle, which I don't mind aside from not wanting to do the puzzles in the first place. I recommend this game to anyone looking for a unique, story-driven experience who doesn't mind a game being mostly reading with pixel-art graphics and light controls for a few hours of enjoyment.


Videogames as Story

untitled36 | June 16, 2014 | See all untitled36's reviews »

My brother was challenged to find a videogame that tells a unique and engaging story. One that stands on its own if you were to subtract the gameplay elements from it. The challenge was harder, because FPS, RPG, and adventure games were ruled out offhand. This game (along with TRAUMA) were my top picks to prove the naysayers wrong. It's deceptively simple, and defies genre. It's still probably more an adventure game than anything, but more of an interactive story. Games like this prove that videogames can be art. "Videogames can be art?" Are you calling this 16 bit looking RPG maker project a work of art? Yes. You lose yourself in the story. It's touching, it's thought provoking, and makes you smile, laugh, and maybe even cry. Those who grew up on the SNES RPG's understand that sometimes the simple, abstract art of the 16 bit era can be more powerful than the most high tech graphics available today. Play this game. If you care about truth and beauty, you owe it to yourself.