A 2D side scrolling shooter. Play as a cute…err..vicious killing machine tasked with saving the humans from an evil AI. The funds from the game will go to GamesAid, which helps disabled and disadvantaged young people.
Freebird Games has released the 2nd Sigmund Minisode available to all those who own To The Moon for free. It takes place in Sigmund Corp and progresses the story of Dr. Watts and Dr. Rosalene. It should last you about 20 minutes.
Those who own To The Moon on Steam can find the Minisodes folder by right clicking To the Moon in their Steam library, then clicking on Properties, then Local Files tab, and finally Browse Local Files.
Kan Gao of Freebird also used the announcement to make a call for help for one of To The Moon’s pixel artists. As this post explains, Jordan graduated last year but is now currently hospitalized and is undergoing chemotherapy.
“While the purely medical expense is mostly saved by insurance, the hospital’s hours away from their home, and his mom quit her job to stay with him; there’re a lot of unexpected expenses and lodging for the family,” writes Gao. So, if you’d like to voluntarily help out, you can send donations to Jordan’s mom to the PayPal address LoraB23@gmail.com.
Lastly, Gao says that he’s going back to work on Finding Paradise, which is the 2nd episode of To The Moon. It concerns the boy from A Bird Story when he’s grown up and becomes a patient of the Sigmund Corp – the company that uses technology to alter a person’s memories to grant unfulfilled wishes.
Set in a retro futuristic city in an alternative 1960s England, We Happy Few is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying
to escape from a lifetime of drug-fuelled cheerful denial.