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'6180 the moon' now supports Linux

Finally ‘6180 the moon’ supports Linux & Japanese language for Steam.

6180 the moon‘ is very unique #platformer.  The top and bottom of the screen are connected so that you can jump over the #screen and come out of the bottom, and vice versa. It offers a fresh, unseen game play style, a #mechanic with delightfully long jumps and no fear of “slipping” into death.

In addition to the unique gameplay, ‘6180 the moon’ delivers a unique storyline. The Sun has gone. The Moon sets off on a journey to find the Sun. Along this journey there will be hazardous courses and deep realizations.  Plus it has astonishing ambient style soundtrack, which every gamer will adore. That’s why it’s picked by Experimental Gameplay Workshop at GDC 2013.

Originally, ‘6180 the moon’ (PC) released at 9th. Mar. 2013 via Indie Royale Debut Bundle. Then, ‘6180 the moon’ was developed using Game Maker. Turtle Cream decided to remake it with Unity, along with porting to several different platforms such as Nintendo Wii U & iOS. And Steam release is a newly rebuild version under Unity, basically same but better.

About Turtle Cream:

Tuttle Cream” started career as students of the Sogang Univ. Game education center in Korea. From 2011, they became independent studio. Their 1st. freeware ‘Cut & Paste’ got them several positive feedbacks for their 2nd title. Freeware ‘Sugar Cube’ won IGF 2010 China Best Game. 1st. Commercial game ‘Sugar Cube: Bittersweet Factory’ is available at Steam. ‘6180 the Moon’ is their 2nd commercial game, which is picked by 11th annual Experimental Gameplay Workshop.


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