G5’s Twin Moons is FREE on All Platforms this Week



In anticipation of Easter, G5 has prepared a gift for every player – from April 14-20th, Twin Moons, an enigmatic hidden object adventure with two alternative endings, will be available absolutely free of charge on iOS, Google Play and Mac. The Kindle Fire version of the game also will be available for free later this week. The game involves you into the story of a talented scientist, who worked on a secret mission to open the Half World and give people divine powers. You will be the one to choose if people get immortality or not… Download Twin Moons (Full) to your favorite device for free this week and save the world!

Jack, a researcher at the isolated Twin Moons Institute, has lost his memory after a car accident. But, a few fuzzy flashbacks suggest he participated in some kind of dangerous experiment. You’ll have to reveal shocking secrets from the past and save the future in this thrilling hidden object adventure. Help Jack find answers to his numerous questions and decide whether his friends, colleagues and even his fiancée are worthy of his trust. Explore eerie locations and piece together the truth about the mysterious portal that could change the world as we know it!

You’ll start your adventure at the gates to the Twin Moons Institute and have to revive Jack’s memory by investigating numerous locations. His diary will keep the track of this fantastic story and help you find the clues to mysterious puzzles. Three game modes – casual, adventure and challenge – will satisfy experienced players as well as newcomers to the genre. Crisp graphics, pleasant voice-over, engrossing story and a twisted ending that depends on your choice will provide hours of delightful gaming experience.

The game is developed and published on iOS, Android & Mac OS by G5 Entertainment.

Key Features:

51 creepy and enigmatic levels
20 challenging mini-games to master
18 achievements to earn along the way
Two alternative endings – you choose!
Intriguing storyline and vivid characters