The locations you'll explore, which encompass areas in and around the Twin Moons Research Facility, look good and convey an eerie sense of mystery and gloom. The items you'll need to pick up to progress in your quest are well hidden and look like they should. I did find the animations of the characters you'll encounter to be a bit odd, however. At times, the voiceovers didn't synch up to the animations and each character would return to a peculiar state of being "at rest," sometimes before they were even finished talking. It was disconcerting and showed a lack of polish, something I typically don't see in Cateia Games' releases.
That being said, the voiceovers were pretty good, whether you were talking to your fiancée Maggie, the other members of the research facility, or even the menacing Lucian Feer, the money behind the research facility.
The background music was fantastic and really worked well to creep you out. The song that plays as you are setting up your game or during the menus reminded me a lot of Bear McCreary's theme for The Walking Dead series, while the other tunes slinked around in the background of the game, causing chills to creep up your spine as they played.