6180 the moon is a platformer game with a unique mechanic. It offers a fresh, unseen gameplay style by connecting the top and bottom of the screen. This allows in a mechanic with delightfully long jumps and no fear of 'slipping' to death.Read full description
6180 the moon is a platformer game with a unique mechanic. It offers a fresh, unseen gameplay style by connecting the top and bottom of the screen. This allows in a mechanic with delightfully long jumps and no fear of 'slipping' to death.
In addition to the unique gameplay, 6180 the moon delivers a unique storyline. The Sun has gone. The Moon sets off on a journey to find the Sun. Along the journey will be hazardous courses and deep realizations.
This game was co-created by South Korea's Indie Game Studios, Turtle Cream and PokPoong Games. The fantastic music was provided by Merry Go Sound.
Strange but someway fun platformer with very nice atmosphere. Can be frustrating at certain points, but has its shining moments. Very cheap, also has steam cards.
Platformers usually make you navigate through treacherous terrain, jumping from platform to platform (hence the name). Your skill was based on how well you could keep your character on safe ground, with obstacles and pits working against you. One common pit is the bottom of the screen. In 6180, the bottom of the screen is not death, but an alternative route. This game is very interesting, connecting spaces, and creating a platforming experience where danger lurks in the middle of the screen. You have to literally think outside the box (which, in this case, is your computer screen) and foresee trajectories and angles as you dive off the bottom only to reappear on top. This wasn't what I expected, looking at this game, but I'd say it was worth checking out. For those tired of the usual platforming experience, this game should provide an interesting distraction.
This game is short but sweet. Kind of simple graphics but has a unique mechanic. The soundtrack is pretty good too. The story and all that is kind of boring to me. Worth the small price they ask for if you like a more simple driven indie game.
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