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Sköll Studio managed to capture my attention recently, with some early footage of their action-RPG 'Last Moon' popping up in my feed and it looks gorgeous.

Taking inspiration from classics like Legend of Zelda: A link to the past, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger and a ton more you can see it quite clearly. Last Moon takes in place in a once peaceful kingdom, where an ancient and powerful mage put a curse on the moon, as Lunar Knight you need to stop all this insanity and bring back peace. Since I love all of the mentioned inspirations and I adore the graphical style to Last Moon I'm very keen to see more. Just look at how lush the style is (click to enlarge):

I spoke to the developer personally after noticing it has Linux + SteamOS system requirements on Steam, to confirm Linux will be supported. They confirmed it and added a mention of Linux support onto the official website now to be even clearer.

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Planned Features:

  • Smooth and tuned controls - Dodge, block and slash the corrupted monsters and dangers! All controls and movements are narrowly tuned to give the best game experience we can.
  • Dynamic battles - Battles are greatly inspired by the classic aRPG games from the 90s and will be mixed with a more modern game-play and skills, magics and special movements.
  • Take a break! - Nothing better than a comfy place to relax when the world is falling in the chaos! Take your time, your journey will be full of pitfalls and it's the best moment to check your equipments and upgrade your skills!
  • Level-up! - Train, level up, learn new abilities in a skill tree and exchange your Moon's crystals to get or upgrade weapons, armours charms and other stuff that will help you in your quest.
  • Cycles - Experience the seasons as well as the day and the night in Last Moon and discover the differences, the inaccessible places and the secrets hidden at different times.
  • Solve Puzzles - The adventure is littered with riddles and puzzles to solve. A lot of dungeons, hidden areas, and rewards awaits you.
  • Useless content - Carve pumpkins, break useless items, sit on chairs, cuddle animals, Easter eggs and more useless content will be hidden everywhere in the game!

Follow/wishlist on Steam, you can also see the official site here.

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Nezchan 25 Jun, 2019
This looks really good. I'm absolutely on board for games like this.
MayeulC 25 Jun, 2019
I'm somehow getting a Dofus/Wakfu feeling from looking at this :)
seven 25 Jun, 2019
love it!!!
14 26 Jun, 2019
Makes me think of Zelda and Bastion kinda mixed.

That trailer was well done. I think I want this game already, and I'm not normally one to pick up this style of game.
Nanobang 26 Jun, 2019
Looks cute and fun, but I'll need to see how it handles death (running out of hearts) and how one keeps track of where one is and one is going---I don't see a mini-map onscreen and that worries me a little in a game like this.

Last edited by Nanobang on 26 June 2019 at 2:05 pm UTC
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