”While a tale of kidnapped royalty isn't exactly new in RPGs, it's not often you see a female protagonist. Being able to save at any time makes it easy to hop out of the game whenever you like.” - Gamezebo
Moonchild is a unique and stand-alone adventure featuring 9 characters, plenty of sidequests and countless items and spells.
Play as Queen Calypso and her friends going after Calypso's abducted child and trying to figure out what happened... and why. Can you solve the mystery and rescue Moonchild? Play the game and find out!
20+ hours of playtime
9 characters to play
3 modes of difficulty
Colorful characters, engaging plot
A unique adventure
This amazing Deluxe Pack for Moonchild by Aldorlea Games contains:
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Moonchild is an exciting RPG game which has a good story that you can finish it in almost 20 hours. I think the game has an excellent storytelling, but it does not involve you very well. Anyway, your goals are shown in the game clearly. In Moonchild, you must always explore the vast area game and sometimes you will face with dungeons which can be used as a safe traveller. Depending on your difficulty chosen, battles can be easy or in some cases be very challenging. The game has a nice music and great artwork which are nicely done.
Moonchild is a pretty good jRPG made in good old and limited RPG maker. Graphics and gameplay are good in whole Final Fantasy SNES glory, story is also engaging, although done to death "save the princess", but what drives it is great cast of characters. The game itself, for rpg maker game that is, is pretty long - your first playthrough can take up to 12-15 hours. However, if you are a completionist, then it can take 20, maybe 25 hours, and that's where deluxe edition comes in handy, because it has pretty good strategy guide with it and that's the only reason to choose deluxe edition over standard, because the guide alone can get pretty expensive. Other content in deluxe edition is pretty worthless, like wallpapers or couple of pictures, no soundtrack or any kind of artbook, which are always nice things to look at. There is also gamebreaking bonus save with a huge amount of money if you don't want to grind. Overall, the game itself is pretty good and while content in deluxe edition is pretty sparse, it is worth it, because of strategy guide. Recommended.
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