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Miaou Moon

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Miaou Moon is a physic based, survival plateformer... with limited moves!
Take a unique spin on the genre: when limited controls are key to your gameplay and you're insure which direction to go, you'll definitely feel lost in deep space - just like our unfortunate hero Captain Miaou. Fear not, soon enough you'll learn to anticipate your moves, toy with gravity and take advantage of your speed momentum to achieve some awesome epic moves.Key Features
  • Sense of exploration - The wonder of discovery keeps growing, with hidden items and shortcuts lurking around nooks and corners that are scattered in huge diversified levels. Who knows what you'll encounter next? You'll be kept on your toes, waiting to release gas or attack at the proper time.
  • An epic journey - Miaou Moon is also a survival game where you have a limited amount of energy available for your moves. You constantly need to refuel by eating scattered food. The gameplay adds layers of depth: lose all energy and you'll die, eat too much and you'll die! To this, add the fact that your size changes based on your energy level, which allows you to shrink into narrow paths or grow stronger and deal more damage.
  • Multiple goals to achieve - There are so many ways to feel rewarded even after completing levels: try beating the highest scores online, find enough hidden energy cells to reach the next moon, collect tools to unlock new cool catsuit powers, and more! With tons of levels and five moons that challenge your gameplay with different physical proprieties, you're up for a long run for survival.
  • Clean and fresh graphic theme - To lighten up this high difficulty - Miaou Moon features bright cartoonish graphics with fun animations and silly humor where propulsion looks as if your your cat farts around. You'll often find yourself smiling and swearing at the same time with unexpected outcomes or overjoyed once you start mastering your trajectories.

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Leslie Valverde
Stephane Valverde
Agent Mega
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Not rated

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Linux Kernal 3.2 32 & 64 bits
  • Processor: Single Core 1.6 Ghz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 Mb non integrated
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 700 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Single Core 1.6 Ghz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 Mb non integrated
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Direct X Compatible

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OSX
  • Processor: Intel
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 Mb
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
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Miaou Moon-platformer in zero gravity. We Play for the cat in the suit and travel to the planets. Worm Jim has such seals for lunch eats! The Game is something like a ping-pong where we can adjust the movement of the object. Control of the game is very inconvenient, we can not steer the cat up or down, we can only give him a short-term acceleration releasing some air from the spacesuit. Movement can be selected only left or right, it is very strange because sometimes you really need to move up or down, but for what reason can not release air in this direction I did not understand. Levels are also built very silly, if with the enemies we can still do something, then here with studded walls are not, sometimes the passage is so small that fly without touching the walls is very problematic, and in some cases on these walls are spikes. How could you make a game with such terrible control and require the player to pass the levels of such a plan. And It's not even hardcore, No. This game can not be called complicated, I would say that it is very ill-conceived. We Try to control the suit in the spacesuit and along the way eat fish to replenish our air. The amount of remaining air depends on the strength of our attack, if the air is less than 10 points, the force equals the unit, if more than 10 double damage, and if more than 20 then triple. It is Worth mentioning that the maximum amount of air that can be dialed is 30 points, if you eat another fish, the spacesuit explodes and the cat dies. A Little absurd, and I want to say "do not want, do not eat!". There Was a case when my cat began to throw about the wall at a great speed, I just did not have time to follow that there comes in his way, it turns out he collected the maximum allowable amount of fish and exploded. It is Necessary to watch not only that oxygen did not end, but also for its surplus. No Normal impact animation. The fact that when using the claws of the cat supposedly beats the enemy or object, but it is impossible to understand what radius of impact and in which direction it beats, experienced way to find out that the impact is counted even when the enemy behind the cat. It is Very inconvenient to use the attack in this game, the mechanics would be worth the work. I like to consider the page of achievements, it is very interesting to study statistics. In popular games, the simplest achievements earn an average of 95% of the audience, the remaining 5% most likely purchased the game, but never launched. Here and on this game it is possible to tell very much on statistics of achievements. The Game is already two years, but even the most simple achievement received only 1.5% of the owners of this product. Again, I repeat that the problem is not in the complexity, but in the fact that the game is simply uncomfortable and not comfortable to play, the achievements are quite trivial for the platformers. The Game seems to be colorful, and the seals are very cute, but to play this product I do not advise. Any platformer with bad control is doomed to failure. Read more quality reviews in the TOP Review group Subscribe to curators
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