Twin Moons

Reveal shocking secrets from the past and save the future in this thrilling hidden object adventure!
Jack, a researcher at the isolated Twin Moons Institute, has no memory following a car accident. But a few fuzzy flashbacks suggest he participated in some kind of dangerous experiment. 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 a mysterious portal that could change the world as we know it!

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● 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
● Game Center Support
● iPhone 5 support
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Twin Moons Review

I'm not an adventure game fanatic. Don't get me wrong-- I enjoy Day of the Tentacle, and The Walking Dead as much as the next gamer, but many adventure games leave me feeling cold. I was afraid Twin Moons was going to be just another average point-and-click adventure, but I came away from it feeling impressed with the experience. You play as Jack, a researcher at the Twin Moons institute. He suffers from memory loss Read More →