Deliver Us The Moon is a Sci-Fi thriller set in an apocalyptic near future, where Earth’s natural resources are depleted. A lone astronaut is sent to the moon on a critical mission to save humanity from extinction.

Deliver us the Moon is a fun, tension filled puzzle game with a great story and a few flaws. You can tell the developers did research to make this Moon puzzle as realistic as possible. This game contains little to no violence which makes it a great brain teasing game for mostly everyone. What could improve this game is a better menu system, more camera control, and perhaps more NPC engagement. I give this game an 85 out of 100 for the enthralling puzzles, compelling side stories, and realistic game play.

Absolutely one of those indie games that is a gem between many. Little bit of hiccups in saves but im sure they will smooth this out in updates.

I’m glad that games like Deliver Us The Moon exist as they prove that adventure games don’t have to follow a cookie cutter formula.

Despite those issues, however, I still whole-heartedly believe this game is worth a look. Just as the interesting minutiae of the plot are enough to overcome some of the issues I had with the macro-level concept, the overall experience was more than enough to make up for having one or two bouts of irritation.

An intriguing tale and superb audio design make for an atmospheric gem of a game. A bit slow at times, but don’t let that stop you from diving into this remarkable world.

Overall, Deliver Us the Moon is quite good in its narrative design and atmosphere. The only real crux with this game is that it just needed some finer tuning when it came to difficulty and glitches. In the end, it’s still a good game to take a chance on, if not just for what it makes you feel along the journey it proposes.

So, I loved the atmosphere, the sound design, the story was pretty good and I liked the ending. It’s one of those little indie games that won’t change the industry, but that always feels good to play. Not especially long, and definitely not hard, but fun to play and interesting. Just one moment that got me yelling, when you have to go slowly between some electricity things, several times in a row, with no gravity. Maybe I’m just bad but it was frustrating haha. Only that moment tho, the rest of the game was good. Loved also the parts when you go outside, with the heavy silence of the moon.

With slightly better performance, Deliver Us The Moon could have been one of the best games of the year. As it stands, it’ll have to settle for being merely intriguing.

The engaging plot serves as an effective carrot that makes players want to chase that next narrative milestone. It isn’t perfect, but would-be astronauts will find plenty to love once they commit to taking that one, giant leap for mankind.

Enjoyable enough game, nice look, solid environmental puzzles BUT i could not finish the game. The final thing to end it I found frustratingly awkward, nigh on impossible. On a Steam thread the devs said there was a patch for this problem, maybe you want to try patching the PS4 version eh lads. Ruined a perfectly good game would have given it a respectable 4, minus 3 for a shoddy janky annoying broken end task.

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