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Jul 8, 2012 | 5:42 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place July 10, 2012

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For anyone that might be in need of it, I've uploaded an offline version here:
Featured on the frontpage! All of you are awesome, thank you so much UPDATE 2:
Daily 2nd Place. Thank you all so much for playing and rating my game. Also thank you for all of your feedback.
Fixed some bugs, changed compass key to "C" for convenience and avoiding bugs, other minor changes
(If you are having performance issues, try changing the flash quality setting, close some background programs and other flash apps or upgrade your flash player. I hope this was helpful)
If you find any bugs or have other problems, please e-mail me or send me a PM

Arrow keys _ Movement
Space _ Interaction
C _ Compass
Num+ _ Volume Up
Num- _ Volume Down
Num0 _ Mute Sound

a video game about dysphoria and astronauts

"Personal Trip to the Moon" is an experimental game about exploration and discovery which serves as a psychogram of a gray wasteland and its inhabitant.
It's a game about finding yourself 384400 kilometers away from home.

Music: "Une chute sans fin" by "Another Moon" (S├ębastien Lombard).
Special thanks to azrafe7 and everyone from the FlashPunk forums.

"Personal Trip to the Moon" is the first game I have ever managed to release and as the title suggests it is a very personal project.
Any kind of feedback is highly apreciated and please keep an open mind while playing. Thank you.



Rated 1 / 5 stars

Very interesting idea, but I didn't really like much else. Character moved way too slow, the game was too short, and the game felt empty in general. Not in a sense where I felt like it built ambiance, more like I felt it was shallow. Sorry for the harsh critique; it just failed to tell a compelling story or be a compelling game to me.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm speechless.
Magnificent work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hmmm, a man wanting to be a woman or a woman wanting to be a man...?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Both charming and bleak.
Little moments of adventure and then that sense of deep sadness.
More an interactive story than an actual game - but a winner in my book.
Full marks :)


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Wow... Just... So sad...