Onion Games is priming an English website for Moon, an RPG from 1997 that never saw release in the West.
Developed by Love-de-Lic is a studio of former Squaresoft employees and they developed a handful of titles before disbanding in 2000. Those three games were Moon: Remix RPG Adventure, UFO: A Day in the Life, and L.O.L.: Lack of Love.
So, what is Moon?
Have you ever played an RPG and wondered…
“Why is it OK that this hero is breaking into houses and stealing items from people’s drawers??”
“Why is it OK that this hero is killing thousands of innocent monsters??”
Moon is a game about turning those tropes upside down and seeing what really happens behind the scenes of your favorite RPG videogames.
In Moon, a young boy is transported to a video game called Moon World, and here is where his adventure takes place as he must recover missing moonlight by collecting Love. By defeating monsters and levelling up, the boy is able to collect Love. He also meets a trove of crazy and weird people and observes their habits by visiting them at various times to earn more Love.
The countdown on the website teasers a full reveal on July 31, with the game set to launch later this year on Nintendo Switch.