'6180 the moon' is a platformer game with a unique mechanic. It offers a fresh, unseen game play style by connecting the top and bottom of the screen. This allows in a mechanic with delightfully long jumps and no fear of "slipping" to 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 the journey will be hazardous courses and deep realizations.
This game was co-created by South Korea's Indie Game Studios, Turtle Cream and PokPoong Games. The fantastic music was provided by Merry Go Sound.
Indie game studio : Turtle Cream - Cover
6180 the moon (2013) 2013/04/18 22:23
We launched 6180 the moon for Windows PC only now. But our Greenlight page is saying it will support Windows and Mac. Yes. We have a plan to port 6180 the moon to other platforms.We made this game with Game Maker 8.1 version which is supporting W...
6180 the moon (2013) 2013/04/17 19:49
Since we released the 1st trailer of 6180 the moon, There were so many people who ask the numbers meaning. While we develop this game, I decided that we will say about the meaning of "6180" after we sell over 6180 copies. And now, we've sold 6984...
News 2013/04/12 14:58
GDC has over about 2 weeks ago. But I haven't post about it yet! Frankly, we traveled SF for a week after GDC, and now I'm in Tokyo for traveling. I already know it's too late, but knowing that I should post about GDC too! :)As we announced, our ...
6180 the moon (2013) 2013/03/22 17:40
As we announced before on our official twitter and facebook page before, 6180 the moon will be presented at Experimental Gameplay Workshop! EGW is one of the sessions of GDC 2013, and the most experimental games will be showed in there. The devel...
Press Release 2013/03/22 17:39
'6180 the moon' featured on GDC!New experimental platformer game '6180 the moon' will be shown at 11th annual Experimental Gameplay Workshop.Seoul, South Korea, Mar. 22th. 2013 - Korean indie team Turtle Cream will attend 11th annual Experimental...