You know what doesn't really get that much attention? The moon. It just kind of quietly hangs out in space and houses little green aliens that are made of cheese. Or something like that.
Six French developers aim to give the moon the attention it deserves. They've recently announced Lune, an indie project that gives players the opportunity to control the celestial body. The game appears to be centered around puzzle-solving by using key characteristics of the moon. Notable examples include modifying gravity, reflecting light, and controlling tides.
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