Powered by Unreal® Engine 4, Deliver Us The Moon is set in an apocalyptic near-future where the Earth’s resources have been depleted and humanity looks to the stars.
Here is Niles Watson's review:
Deliver Us The Moon is a fun game, I haven't completed it yet but I have been having a grand time twirling through a zero g space station like . There are moments that feel almost like 'Alien' mixed with Space Engineer as you desperately flail about trying to figure out one of the many enjoyable puzzles to avoid a horrible deep space asphyxiation. The inclusion of timed areas and hazards give some of the more simple puzzles a sense of urgency keeping things pretty entertaining and help create a diversity in the games puzzles.
The game seems to give you a lot of free reign and encourages you to explore the environment with logs and audio tapes being scattered around; it definitely helps that the contents of these collectables are interesting enough to be worth collecting and aren't an exercise in futility. Additionally the game does a good job at creating an immersive atmosphere with a beautiful soundtrack and graphics especially for an indie game.
My only critique would be that the game is a bit pricey but its a well polished game and if you're a big fan of the sci-fi genre like me then its probably worth your time and money.