Finding Paradise

Finding Paradise is an indie Adventure RPG about two doctors traversing through the memories of a dying man to fulfill his last wish. It is the 2nd full episode of To the Moon‘s series.

Now Available for PC/Mac/Linux
Get it on: STEAM / GOG / Humble Store

Videos

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Description

Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts deal with dead patients.

Or rather, patients who will be dead by the time they’re done with them.

Wait, that came off wrong. Let’s start again.

Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts have peculiar jobs: They grant wishes, giving people another chance to live their lives all over again.

However, it’s only in the patients’ minds.

Bummer.

There exists a technology allowing doctors to weave artificial memories, to grant patients a life they wish they had lived, but didn’t.

But due to the severity of the procedure on the mind, it is only used on the dying, such that the new life becomes the last thing the patient remembers before drawing their last breath.

Despite its convoluted nature, it is usually a standard procedure: The doctors traverse through the patient’s memories, connecting a signal from its most recent ones to the farthest.

In the process, they get the added benefit of sneaking a peek at the life of the patient in a way no one else has seen before.

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But once in a while, there comes a peculiar case.

Finding Paradise follows the two doctors’ travels as they unravel the perplexing memories of a patient named Colin Reeds, to fulfill a wish that seems rather paradoxical… to change something yet change nothing at all.

And just what exactly is his wish?

… The same wish as everybody else. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

COMING SOON-ish

Soundtrack

The soundtrack will be available for preview from BandCamp.

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172 responses to “Finding Paradise”

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  9. TineeFoxx

    Oooooooh, I loved the first one, hope u guys make a mobile version of Finding Para3dise to.

  10. story gamer

    when i played “to the moon” i thought that no one can do a better video game but freebird games done it again. i played lots od games with a good graphics and good story but “finding paradise is absouletely epic game. sometimes i smiled. And one of the parts i couldn’t stop my teardrops. great game. so much thanks for the developers. I can say no one can do better video games again, hope freebird games makes me wrong again.

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