Summary: To the moon is an odd game. The oddest thing about it is that it's not really a game. The story follows Eva and Neil - two experts who have the job of providing memories to dying patients so they can die with the feeling of a fulfilled life. To do this they need to go back through the patient's memories and find a place to implant the desire. There are some interactive elements, but most of this is wandering around looking for links to a memento.
Summary: Not really a game, other than for some simple tasks between sections of the story and one infuriating horse-ride that seems to chose for itself when it will be finished! But a sweet (if highly unlikely) story and some good music, so a good time-filler as long as you aren't expecting anything in the least brain-taxing.
Summary: This is tough. As a game it scores one star, there is little to zero actual game play. However as a interactive experience it scores a full five stars. It oozes charm and charisma. Its genuinely moving and emotional and you will be astounded as just how must you care for these little digital characters. If youare looking for a "game" in the classic sense of the word then stay away because you will be disappointed.
Summary: Insgesamt doch sehr verniedlicht und zudem sehr wenig Interaktionsmöglichkeiten. Bis auf einige Kinderpuzzle und langatmige Klicktexte doch zu wenig. Bei den damaligen Rollenspielen war doch mehr Einfluss als Spieler möglich. Das ist mein erster Eindruck nach zwei Stunden.