Deliver Us The Moon
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Deliver us the Moon is a well crafted, aesthetically pleasing, audio delightful little game. KeokeN Interactive should be very proud of Deliver us the Moon as it ticks all the boxes. I hope that their next game moves onwards and upwards, who knows, maybe mars? Longer sections, more intricate puzzles and more intuitive gameplay. My only advice is simple. Get this game as it is the winner of a highly coveted Thumb Culture Gold Award.
KeokeN’s project initially seems destined for the stars but ultimately doesn't break through the stratosphere.
Unfortunately there's a few hangups I have about the overall game, but rest assured nothing in the way of not recommending it to you! Deliver Us The Moon is a graphical powerhouse, one that if you intend on running it in all it's glory, will require a bit of clever hardware on your computer. There's some inconsistencies with the playable parts graphically as well--incidental cutscenes litter the storyline here and there, and these tend to be of a different, lower quality to the rest of the game's design. Heavy noise filters are good at masking a bit of these lapses in quality, and whilst they don't ruin the game itself in any way, are still there.
Deliver us the Moon has a short (around 5hrs) but well told story. Good gameplay, moderate graphics and a good ambience, Scifi People will love this game.
Review in German | Read full review
Deliver Us the Moon is a good-looking game with a solid story premise that doesn’t quite stick the final landing.
Deliver Us The Moon is a beautiful, haunting game perfect for anyone who enjoys games featuring exploration and light puzzle-solving, wants to piece together a tragic story by finding clues and logs from the past, or just dreams of visiting the moon.
Deliver Us the Moon is a fascinating indie with a good story told in an intriguing way and a gameplay that tries to offer more solutions to the player by not succeeding fully, due to a leitmotiv that repeats itself too often and puts in the background mechanical that they could have be better exploited, such as exploration on board vehicles. There are good level design ideas too, however, only half exploited and an attractive aesthetic apparatus.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Thankfully, KeokeN Interactive shows a lot of promise as an indie studio with Deliver Us The Moon and if things work out, they’ve given us even more hopes for a prequel, one that will let us explore the events that led up to this title in further depth in the future.
Deliver Us The Moon is a thrilling sci-fi narrative adventure which touches on real-world issues with a hint of fantasy. Although I’ve played the game before, I felt the same rush of excitement and intrigue the second time around, discovering things I missed the first time as I now sought out the various trophies and Easter Eggs. The music, voice acting, sound effects, and gorgeous environments all combinate into an interactive adventure which fully immerses you and pulls you into this sad, apocalyptic world. If you’re a fan of story-driven experiences with simplistic puzzles and a great narrative you uncover as you play, Deliver Us The Moon is for you.