Finding Paradise is the 2nd full episode of To the Moon’s series.
Finding Paradise is an indie adventure game made by Freebird Games. It follows the life of the doctors’ new patient, Colin, as they attempt to unravel a life that is split down the middle, and fulfill a wish that appears to be self-contradictory by nature. Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts have peculiar jobs: They give people another chance to live, all the way from the very beginning… but only in their patients’ heads. Due to the severity of the operation, the new life becomes the last thing the patients remember before drawing their last breath. Thus, the operation is only done to people on their deathbeds, to fulfill what they wish they had done with their lives, but didn’t.
|Release Date: 14 Dec, 2017|
Developer: Freebird Games
Publisher: Freebird Games
Genre: Adventure, Indie, RPG
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- The 2nd full episode of To the Moon’s series.
- Unravel a life that is split down the middle, and fulfill a wish that appears to be self-contradictory by nature.
- Standalone full game that does not require having played any previous games in the series.
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Finding Paradise Review
Finding Paradise is an adventure game developed and published by Freebird Games. Serving as a sequel to To the Moon and A Bird Story, the story continues with doctors Eva Rosalene and Neil Watts as they help to fulfill a wish for Colin Reeds, the protagonist of A Bird Story, who is now a bedridden old man. This series of games is more like an interactive visual novel than anything else. You mostly explore and observe. As with To the Moon, it features relatively few gameplay mechanics which center around puzzles, with the player controlling both doctors as they solve them in order to reconstruct the dying man's memories in order to fulfill his dying wish. Everything about Finding Paradise is amplified and refined compared to To the Moon. Its visuals are prettier and more detailed, with more expressive and animated character sprites that really bring the world to life. Soundtrack is amazing, and rearranged leitmotifs from To the Moon makes me feel at home, being in the company of the doctors. The game have many emotional and hilarious moments and definitely is worth playing. To the Moon was really good, and Finding Paradise is even better!