Freebird Announces Indie Role-Playing Adventure To the Moon

Freebird Games is working away on this gem of an indie role-playing adventure, due out for PC digital download this fall. To the Moon has a very old school JRPG visual style rounded out by a touching storyline and beautiful music composed by Laura Shigihara and Kan Gao.

Seriously, the music is outstanding, and you can pre-order the digital soundtrack today for only $5 and get the first 7 tracks right away (the full 25-song album will release on October 15). 50% of all proceeds will also go to support charities for autism, so how can you not buy it?

The game’s narrative sounds intriguing as well. Here’s a brief summary of To the Moon‘s high-concept storyline:

Imagine a world where doctors can rework your memory in order to grant your greatest wish… but there’s just one catch: It will be the last thing you’ll ever remember.

Join Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts as they enter a patient named Johnny’s mind on his death bed to grant his final request. Watch, interact, and change the past as Johnny’s life unfolds before you and takes you on a magical journey inside one’s head that asks the greatest question of all: “What if…?”

If you had the chance to relive your life, would you change things? Would you try to achieve some grand goal? Could you find love? Fame? Fortune? Or would you realize that sometimes the past is meant to stay the same. Join Dr. Rosalene and Watts on their journey and travel To The Moon.

Visit to learn even more about the incredible indie adventure that is To the Moon.

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