A downloadable game for Windows

Lunar Chain is an adventure game and sim created for My First Game Jam: Winter 2017. It is now currently planned for even more development. The download available is meant to be a short demo unrelated to the game in development.

Created with original pixels and RPG Maker VX Ace. Contains minor flashing effects.

Made withRPG Maker
TagsRPG Maker

Install instructions

It is necessary for you to have Windows, and a utility program that can extract and create compressed files.

1. Download the project1.exe file.

2. Double click when downloaded. When prompted to extract, choose an easy-to-find place to extract to.

3. When the file is extracted, click on the folder and double click the Game.exe with the dragon icon.

4. Enjoy!

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.


project1.exe 191 MB


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Hi. My name is Mel. I was wondering if you could give me permission to translate your game into Spanish. If you do not mind, of course

Yes, of course. Go ahead!

What does GL mean?


Oh, good :D
And what does Glicker mean?

It is untranslateable. The game explains what Glicker is!


Is there anything to do in the room with the "paper cutouts"? and if you sleep two days in a row does the scene actually go anywhere, or is it just stuck there forever?


Hi. Both instances you mentioned have no "escape." They are the true ending and the bad ending as far as the demo goes. If you sleep in, you're punished to an inescapable Game Over scene, where you and Scout walk forever. If you get into the paper cutout room, that's the end of the demo and you did everything right. Keep in mind that walking around in the white room may trigger some interesting dialogue!

I'm sorry if those parts were more annoying/confusing than as funny as I thought it was when I made them. But hopefully that cleared up the confusion!

Oh yeah thanks! This looks interesting, I'll keep an eye on it.


Thanks for playing! I am actually shelving the Lunar Chain project, as I am still learning how to use certain software and am new to development in general, so I want to build my skillset first. But I will be making other small games in the near future, so please keep an eye out.