Hi folks, the 2nd Sigmund Minisode is now available as a free DLC. c: It’s similar in length as the 1st one (around 20 Minuten), but it’s a tad more. . . important, plot-wise. Still, if you haven’t played the 1st, I suggest doing that before this one (hier).
If you own a Steam or GOG copy of To the Moon, the 2nd minisode should already be auto-updated into your account/folder. (For Steam, install the DLC and get there by right clicking To the Moon from Steam library -> Properties -> Local Files tab -> Browse Local Files)
Otherwise, you can also download the new minisode separately here:
It’s currently the Windows build, but the Mac version should be coming shortly, with the Linux to follow sometimes this week (made possible by Ancurio’s porting tool, as well as Ali for the help with the Mac build).
Hope y’all enjoy it!
*Beachtetet,: Pressing F12 restarts the game, so be careful!
I wanted to also take this opportunity to fill those who haven’t heard in on something. Jordan, a friend who’s created much of the pixel art for Freebird’s games (including the lighthouse in To the Moon), is currently hospitalized and undergoing chemotherapy — this post has more info.
Since then, Jordan’s mom quit her main job to stay with him, on top of the unexpected expenses like lodging. As I wrote in the ending credits of this minisode, it’d be wonderful if we could raise some donations for his family to help out. His mom’s Paypal is LoraB23@gmail.com
You can also send him supportive words to Jordan@freebirdgames.com
With this minisode finished, I’ll be going back to work on Finding Paradise (i.e. episode 2). The idea for it has actually been brewing for quite a while now, so I think I know exactly where it’s going.
While it does have ties to A Bird Story (the patient is the boy in ABS all grown up, after all), I don’t think it ties in a way that I’ve heard most folks speculate — and there won’t be any overlapping scenes from ABS in Finding Paradise. Sometimes I feel like A Bird Story was actually meant to be released after episode 2. . . but that’s just a passing thought; only time will tell.
Anyhow, take care for now, Leute — and as always, thank you for the support!
(P.S. For those who asked, yup, seems like we’ll be restocking on the music boxes.)