About This Game
Deliver Us The Moon is set in the near future where Earth’s natural resources are depleted. In an effort to solve the energy crisis, global powers created the World Space Agency and secured a promising new source of energy on the moon.
The World Space Agency colonized and operated from the moon until one fateful night all communications with Earth ceased and the energy source was lost. Now, years later, you assume the role of Earth’s last astronaut to go on a do-or-die mission to investigate what happened and save humanity.
During this adventure, your only companion is a small robot named ASE. Together you will traverse the moon, explore abandoned facilities, gather clues and ultimately uncover the secrets and hidden agendas that are at play. Only by relying on your wits will you have a chance at successfully delivering the moon!
NARRATIVE EXPLORATIONRuins of previous lunar missions have many stories and secrets to tell.
Use your Astronaut equipment to uncover the history of the lunar colony.
NAVIGATE HAZARDSThere is no oxygen in space and malfunctioning systems litter the lunar landscape.
Surviving these hazards require an adventurer’s mind.
ENVIRONMENTAL PUZZLESThe lunar bases have fallen into disrepair and have become a challenge to navigate.
Unlock tools to overcome obstacles and dangers blocking your path.
PLAY ON THE MOONFloat around in space and glide across the lunar landscape.
Experience weightless freedom and traverse the moon by foot, rover and monorail.
CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY IN NEW, FREE DLC Q1 2019
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
- Processor: Dual Core Processor, 2.5 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 2GB vRAM
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 10 GB available space
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I’ve been looking for some time for something like this, something with an epic, gripping story that is on par with SOMA, space setting, calamity, the whole 9 yards. Read enough of the reviews , good and bad. Enough to know about the dissapointment many have shared about the ‘ending’. Fair enough, methinks, theres a free update/DLC coming out that will sort that out in good order!
Loved it. Was immersed from the get go. Enjoyed working out the puzzles and uncovering the mysteries. Story was on point. not quite as epic as SOMA, but well on the way. Getting there, building up. Thats as much as I will say about the story, because it really is the best to go in blind and let it unfold before you.
The world is beautifuly realised, and they really nailed control for the neutonian physics in Zero-G. Much smoother and easier to learn than in games like say HELLION, which is set pretty much exclusivley in Zero-G.
Not 3 hours worth of gameplay and I hit the end. This was unexpected. And dissapointing. 3 hours?
In this 3 hours, which included blundering around figuring out how to do things, exploring for story clues and generally just wandering around appreciating the graphics and design I hit the end. its not even at a point that you would classify ‘THE END’ – its right at a point when the story is unfolding before you, and you seem to have quite a ways to go.
Surely then the plan is that they will be continuing the story in other releases? I dont know. I cant see that a DLC update will enable you to ‘finish’ the game and unfold all of the lore there is left to offer. My gamers brain is telling me that for a story setting of this magnitude we are bairly a third of the way through IF THAT.
In any case, in my (fairly limited) reading I havent seen mention of more titles to continue the story as a whole after this DLC business. I may be wrong. I hope I am and that this is the plan all along, and that the rest of the waiting game isnt stuffed into a hurredly put together DLC.
Wrapping up, I really want to recommend this game, for the story, the visuals, and for the experience that the game as a whole gives you – for a piddly 3 hours. But I can’t. How can you recommend a game with a $30 AUD price tag that gives you the virtual equivalent of yanking the rug out from under you? If the DLC comes out and my fears are not realised I will update this review accordingly. Still, depending on how much content the DLC actualy contains, time will tell how much more play time you will get, and whether that will make it at all worthy of a 30 dollar price tag. At this stage, get it if/when heavily discounted in a sale.
That said you might wan’t to take a look at what you actually get: Looking at the fact that the game was created by a small independent game company, initially financed via Kickstarter and supported for a while by a publisher (the partnership eventually broke because of ‘creative differences’, so here is your answer why the game finishes mid story) you get quite a decent game. Certainly no tripple A game, but they did an ‘okay’ job.
There are with no doubt still rough edges, like quick action sequences that start completely from the beginning when you fail, including a much too long ‘cinematic’ introduction to it; the controls feel a bit wonky sometimes, your companion does not really do much, and – of course – the completely unfinishes story.
But the graphics are great, they did have some creative ideas for the story, the gamesound is great and I did quite enjoy the music and overall ‘feeling’ of being alone on moon. It is a likeable game.
You do not like to pay 20 € for it? I get that, maybe if there is a special offer you might still give it a try. Just, don’t expect too much and you won’t be disappointed.
I will say that because I played Adr1ft first (highly recommended complete game) I was pretty familiar with the controls already. Using CTRL and SPACE as up and down in zero gravity was kind of was kind of wonky, I should have remaped those to Z and C or something.
Lastly, this needs some optimization or something. Most of the game was incredibly bogged down on my GTX 1050 on low graphics settings at 1080p. This is the first game I’ve experienced this issue on with this machine.
My recommendation comes with the caveat that someone who reads this (or the many others) will realize this is not a complete game, and hopefully get it on sale.
But good story, nice graphics and very nice score was worth the money.
Be warned, the story ends somehow in the middle, maybe an addon will bring more. Would love to see it.
however let’s not sugarcoat it: there’s not much of it for the 20 euro pricetag. A playthrough takes about 3 hours so from a "bang for buck" perspective this isn’t the greatest of choices and since this is a story driven puzzle game there’s pretty much 0 replayability.
Even worse is that you’re basically buying an incomplete game that cuts out at the halfway point with a vague promise of more to come in some DLC some unknown time into the future.
I don’t think they’ve could chosen a worse point to "end" the game, just as you’re starting to unravel the misteries and you’re starting to understand what’s going on this game gives you the middle finger and rolls the credits.
i guess it’s my own fault for not reading the reviews before jumping in.
So my recommendation is to wait for the DLC (read: rest of the game) to release before playing.
– Visuals are great! I played this at 1440p on the High preset.
– Story was good. This is probably the first single player story driven title I’ve played through in quite a few years.
– Physics feel pretty accurate
– Calming game with a few tense moments, but overall you get to absorb the atmosphere(pun intended) of your surroundings.
– Controls feel like they are made with controllers in mind, not KB/M. I switched back and forth a few times and ended up just dealing with it on the KB/M. The mouse movement is very sluggish almost like gelatin at some times. I cranked up the horizontal and vertical sensitivity to combat this but it still only feels ~good~ on a controller.
– Story was very short, only a few hours.
– A few instances of performance hits at points. Dropped frames from 80 to 30 twice.
Here is a review with some more of my thoughts and gameplay for you to check out