Im not crying you are.. T-T
with the last moonbeam
~*~ STORY ~*~
MOSS is a mender on the seventh moon of Bear, where she repairs machinery and electronics for her neighbors.
One sunny afternoon, she's awoken from a nap to learn that the MOONHEART is broken! Without it, no messages can be sent off-moon. And what's worse, tonight is the night of the lunar alignment...
Walk, jump, climb, and glide through this platformer adventure as Moss works to mend the Moonheart. Along the way, you'll meet the other inhabitants of Moss's home moon... and perhaps find some secrets too.
~*~ WEBSITE ~*~
~*~ PLAYING THE GAME ~*~
* Walk around.
* Select dialogue options.
* Climb cliffs and walls.
* Talk to people, pick up items, and advance dialogue.
* On the ground, GUIDE mode points you to your goal.
* In the air, GLIDING mode lets you float through the sky.
* While sitting, RETURN back to the last BENCH you sat on.
* Sit anywhere when you're tired to fill your HEART.
* Sit on a BENCH to SAVE your progress.
* Press R again to stand.
* Pause or resume the game.
~*~ SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY ~*~
|GBA COMPATIBLE||To play, download the ROM and use with a GBA compatible system or emulator, such as mGBA.|
For offline play, I recommend using mGBA, since that's the emulator I've tested. Others should work, but saving in particular is not guaranteed to work with other emulators, so you may wish to use save states.
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what program did you use to make this?
I used quite a few! I wrote up an in-depth post about how I made the game over on my blog: https://adamledoux.net/blog/posts/2023-05-31-Notes-On-With-The-Last-Moonbeam.htm...
hope you find it interesting, and thank you for playing! <3
Hi! We played your game on stream and really enjoyed it!
do I need a controller to play this game? Having some trouble with it
are you playing in the browser? you should only need a keyboard
The story is a bit sad but very nice and I had a great feeling after reading it.
I especially like the ending scene!
This was really nice. Really love the combination of the gba homebrew texture with bitsy-style art, all in service of exploring a very pretty world and a lovely story. I'm glad you took up gba homebrewing and that you were able to make and share such a cool thing!
In any artform, when drawing on outdated themes and limitations, it's always exciting when someone goes back and adds something modern to it. This is one of those games.
Ledoux clearly understands what makes GBA-era games as legendary as they are. Expressive art style, entrancing cutscenes, not to mention the masterfully paced story. Ecstatic to see what Ledoux comes up with next!!
This game is really fun. Playing on Analogue Pocket, need to figure out how to make it do native cart saves but I'll probably try it on an everdrive. Love the look
I just started playing today but I love it so far! The dialog and world building are really well done. Looking forward to seeing what else you make!
absolutely gorgeous...! i love it all but especially all the little things like how you hold to say dialogue. i'd love to read a more in-depth devlog about how you put this all together! (photo of it on analogue pocket!)
thank you! it’s very nice to have those little details appreciated :)
I do plan on writing a postmortem at some point on my blog, and I’ll post a link to it here too <3
(the game looks really nice on the pocket - thanks for sharing the photo!)
lovely writing!! i think i’m missing a deer somewhere, but aren’t we all