I hate moths. They’re ugly butterflies — I’m not being mean, they know this — and that makes them bitter. That’s why every time I go outside, without fail, one dive-bombs me. If I were able to speak Moth, I’d probably hear its desperate pleas for me to smash its ugly ass into the ground so as to put it out of its misery.
Thankfully, there’s an indie developer out there who seems to feel the same way about Moths as I do. They’re called One Aperture, and their debut game is an atmospheric top-down isometric survival horror game (that’s a mouthful) called Motte Island. It’s still very much a work in progress, but it looks fun and moderately creepy. See it in action after the break.
If you’d like to join the fight against the entire Moth species, you can support Motte Island by voting for it on Steam Greenlight.
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