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First off, To The Moon is basically a visual novel, not a game. Interactivity is comparable to a Homestuck flash: gameplay is limited to walking around talking to people and interacting with things until you find the way to the next memory. The UI is a barely functional RPG Maker menu, lacking many of the options you'd expect in a Visual Novel. You can't even view or change the controls.
Apart from that, the story is great. However, it's not something you'd want to play more than once, as there's no way to skip through the game. At All. You can't even skip cutscenes or credits. It is enjoyable, but whether it's worth the money is another question, despite the low price. If you're strapped for cash, I'd recommend getting a different game, but if you have money to spare and it's on sale, you might as well give it a try.
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