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What kind of danger can a mother face to rescue her child?

Moonchild is a unique and stand-alone adventure featuring 9 characters, plenty of sidequests and countless items and spells.

Play as Queen Calypso and her friends going after Calypso's abducted child and trying to figure out what happened... and why. Can you solve the mystery and rescue Moonchild? Play the game and find out!

  • Pure 16-bit RPG goodness
  • 20+ hours of playtime
  • 9 characters to play
  • 23 achievements to unlock
  • Visible encounters
  • Mouse control
  • 3 modes of difficulty
  • Party Switcher
  • Summon many creatures to help you
  • Colorful characters, engaging plot
  • A unique adventure

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Susanna - 100 kills
Susanna - 100 kills
Jardel - 100 kills
Jardel - 100 kills
Gabriel - 100 kills
Gabriel - 100 kills
Kenneth - 100 kills
Kenneth - 100 kills
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Moonchild reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
This game is peculiar:-a family introduction that turns to drama-the quest motivated by maternal love-dialogues with the implied. -Well-analyzed characters, other secondary like Rupert and Stardust-recruit an old enemy for a common purpose-make a bank account in the city of Jardel to take interest it is a gem for its unique ambience with the vivid colors of landscapes and enchanting music. I liked the forest to go to the elves, visit a fortress city. The fighting music is encouraging, that of the elven landscape is well found. On the other hand, during the game, Stardust was not involved, I thought it was bland. The series of final fights without being able to save is tough to get there but realistic. The outcome is a little dramatic spectacle. A beautiful screenshot of Calypso the mother, in a delicate situation.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
The Game is just first Class! I wasn't thrilled at the Start but wanted to give the Whole thing a Chance, so I kept playing and I have to say once you're in it, it's just a great Game Experience. And although I had finally turned over every stone, was 100 Times in every Corner and collected every Achievement and there will be nothing new To discover, I will certainly play the Game again at some point. There is a complete lack of Language Replays, but the Lyrics are great. The Graphics are great and the Pixel Figures are beautiful to look at. The Use of The Button is extremely limited, making it easier to "get in." You can play with Tasta, Mouse and Controller, independently of each other. Thank you to the Developers for the Time I was allowed to invest! The Ending was great, I was quite buff:D Tip: Buy the Guide with!!!! Otherwise, you need an enormous amount of Patience. You can't find everything on the Net;) In the Guide, yes.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Moonchild is a role-playing game straight out of the era of the Super Nintendo and the Genesis/mega drive. The game begins with the disappearance of Moonchild, the only child of Queen Calypso. The latter being willing to do anything to save her offspring, she decides to go looking for her. On her way, she will meet several characters who will help her in her quest for a thousand and one dangers. Moonchild is fun to play. It is possible to direct our team with the mouse, the keyboard or a combination of the two. Several objects are decimated all over the game. These are of great use since Moonchild is not easy. Playing the "average" difficulty, the game gradually rises in difficulty. Everything is well explained from the start of our adventure. As far as music is concerned, it is simply excellent. Each piece harmonizes with the décor it accompanies. Sometimes sad, sometimes atmospheric, the music only adds charm to the game. If you like 16-bit era games with a good story or if you're just a RPG fan, jump on Moonchild
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