A downloadable game for Windows

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"XenoMoon" is a short horror and exploration game. Inspired by the legends of "Apollo 18" where astronauts went to the moon and never came back...

It's a slow progression experience, with movement based on lunar gravity.

We tried to convey a real feeling of being on the moon, a caustrophobic experience.


Four astronauts are on a mission to the moon, it's a simple soil collection mission. But things start to get weird when Steffen discovers they're not alone...

About Game:

Camera: First Person.

Control: Mouse and Keyboard only.

Graphics: PSX graphics style, inspired by old ps1 games.

Duration: It depends a lot on the type of player, it's a game that requires a lot of exploration, but it's not very long.

PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/616games

Updated 5 days ago
Published 16 days ago
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Author616 GAMES
Tags3D, Atmospheric, First-Person, Horror, Immersive, Sci-fi, Short, Singleplayer, Unity


Buy Now$1.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

XenoMoon.zip 266 MB


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i liked how da creature & its baby was chasing me!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWcnrnqmWDE&t=166s

Another amazing game! Loved the atmosphere and the feeling of claustrophobia. Great work

This game was boring if I'm completely honest. Nothing really happens for the vast majority of the game and when something finally does happen, it's incredibly lackluster. There are much better games in 616 Games' catalog, go check those out and skip this one. 

I'm not saying other comments are dishonest but ask yourself this, "Would I like to walk/jump around the moon for 25 minutes and listen to my character breathe the entire time knowing that nothing is going to happen?"

If the answer is yes, you deserve this game.

Thanks for making games and better luck next time!

This game really isn't for every type of player. As I say in the description it's a slow progression game because I wanted to give the feeling of actually being on a totally isolated lunar mission.

Unfortunately, it is impossible to please everyone.

I understand that my opinion differs from most people but this is definitely my type of game. I thoroughly enjoy slow-burn horror games. I just think it could have been executed a lot differently to more success. 

The vast majority of people enjoy this game and I'm happy to see that! Your success is much more important than my opinions alone. I just have higher expectations since I've played most of your other games and was hoping to see more improvements.

SPACE is really big and already dangerous enough, and then ALIENS!

Good, game. I had fun


is the cutscene really laggy for anyone else?


This game was so hard to complete. Hard to restart it like 3 times and sacrifice $126 for pay to win. 10/10


hi can you send me some of your ps1 style models please i need them for a game.

is that easy?

It is easy but requires patience and exploration.


Another fantastic game! Truly unsettling when entering and collecting samples in the craters. You nailed the atmosphere there. Really drives home the fear of being alone in an unfamiliar place. I love how the game picks up in intensity about halfway through. Overall, a great sci-fi horror experience!

I fell in love with Susan... so I swapped her out with her twin Susana. That explains everything!

Oh, that's great. It looks good. I'll download it now. Good I luck, brother!

I like your games! i hope more comes out soon :)


Pretty cool, man. It definitely felt creepy being deep down in those craters. And that alien design was badass! It took a while to navigate the area but it was a cool experience. Thanks for the fun, my friend!

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Thanks broo :) I will update the game soon, it makes it less tedious hahaha


killed it, really cool game 

Hell Yeahh, Thanks broo :)


This game was a BLAST! I love space and enjoyed getting to play a space horror game!!

Thanks broo



Thanks my friend  :)