Indie developer Freebird Games has announced a November 1 release date for To the Moon, the heart-tugging adventure-RPG about a couple of scientists manipulating a dying man's memories to help him fulfill an unrealized wish. A couple of months ago, I interviewed Freebird's founder and one-man powerhouse Kan Gao about the project, which conveys its creatively original narrative using some familiar conventions from Japanese role-playing games.
Vocalist Laura Shigihara ('Zombies on my Lawn' - Plants vs. Zombies), lends her vocal talents to the game's soundtrack, which was also composed by Gao. The soundtrack--some of which can currently be sampled on the official website--is also currently available for pre-order. The To the Moon website also indicates that fifty percent of the profit from OST purchases will go to charities combating autism.
A new preview trailer of sorts has also been released, featuring in-game footage and some words from Gao, himself. Given the rather heady themes the game is tackling, you might be pleasantly surprised to find that it contains a good deal of quirky humor, which adds a nice flavor to the game's charm and intrigue.
The developer isn't accepting pre-orders yet, but you can sign up to be notified via email on the official website.
Jeff Mattas posted a new article, To the Moon due out on November 1.
A new in-game preview trailer for To the Moon, Freebird Games' upcoming indie adventure-RPG about realizing unfulfilled dreams, teases the game's November 1 launch.
Kan, next time do the script at 4am and the actual audio when you don't have to whisper. It's a little creepy.
Game looks neat, though.