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Moonlight

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  • A peaceful and atmospheric environment!
  • A relaxing and beautiful soundtrack by Julio Kladniew!
  • A lighthearted and interesting story.
  • A smooth and fluid platforming engine, with bouncy mushrooms and bubbles!
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Kevin Jess Horton
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Kevin Jess Horton
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System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Any modern processor clocked at 1.66 GHz and above
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Any modern graphics cards with 512 MB of VRAM and above
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 28 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Any XInput compatible device is required for controller support
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Any modern processor clocked at 2.0 GHz and above
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Any modern graphics cards with 1 GB of VRAM and above
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 28 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Any XInput compatible device is required for controller support
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Moonlight reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Hello. I'm Kinubo and my biggest Wish is to be able to visit the Moon. Can you help me with that? The Game, titled "Moonlight" and Moonlight, was released for the PC at the beginning of 2016, and was developed and published by only a single Man, called "MonkeyMaw"! By Genre, it is placed in the Category of the 2D indie platformer. The Protagonist in the Game is a small, cuddly looking, male creature, called "Kinubo." Kinubo's greatest Wish is to one Day be able to visit the Moon. But unfortunately, he doesn't know how to get to the Moon. And so he sets out in a strange Village in search of someone who could support him in his Project. In the following Course, I would like to go into more detail about my Perceptions and Feelings. Even from the very first Minute, the Game has pulled me in his Path! The Environment works through Seeing, and Listening from the Soundtrack, very peaceful, soothing and cute! The World has not been developed too much, so I have never lost my feet, nor did I feel crushing by too big a game world. Even the jump and Puzzle Challenges were all very feasible, and not too difficult. Furthermore, Jumping feels very dynamic, and not spongy. And that's exactly what the Developer probably wanted to do with it. He pursues the Intention That Storytelling is at the Forefront. The Player should experience a Story in a relaxing and pleasant way. Above all, the Characters "Dialogues have been made really witty. Thus, even the side characters stick in The memory. The Duration of The game is about 2 to 3 Hours. In This Case, I definitely recommend taking aside the 2 Hours for this Game and experiencing the Story in one Piece. When I played this Game, I hadn't been able to feel any negative Impressions. So In Summary, "Moonlight" is a short but quite fine And cute Platformer game. All The Characters present in the Game, despite the short Duration of play, have already grown close to my Heart. I'm glad I came across this Game as I was able to take some moral Values for myself. That's why I recommend this Game to anyone who likes to put more Emphasis on Story than On challenges. For the low Amount of Money, you really get a little Masterpiece! (o ^ ^ o) Written by Rithleen
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Moonlight A Game developed for the PC In 2016 by the Person "MonkeyMaw." Moonlight is a nice, small, story-based Indie 2D Platformer. The very short but really lovingly designed story is about the cuddly being "Kinubo," Who would like to look at the Moon and enjoy every Moment. He has only one big Dream: To travel To the Moon! However, he needs the Help of others to do so. On his little Adventure, Kinubo is accompanied by a beautifully designed Atmosphere. One is in a small Village consisting of Houses, large Trees and a Cave. All the Gameplay takes place on a glorious Night. All The while, the Moon as well as sparkling Stars can be seen in the Background or Butterflies on the Ground as well as many other beautiful Details. You really feel like you're on a wonderful Summer night. The Dialogues between the Persons are very humorously written and often the 4th Wall is broken. So You don't get too little laughing. :D The Graphics are in a successful Retro 16Bit Style. Together with the romantic Ambience of the Music, which fits perfectly with the Game, you experience a beautiful, coherent world while Playing. The Gameplay is very simple. Little Kinubo needs help to realize his Dream of Flying to the Moon. Residents of the small Village, however, are very anxious and skeptical Of strangers. Kinobu does small tasks for her, gains more and more people's Trust and gets her Hats as a reward, as a Sign of Gratitude. The Controls are as simple as the Gameplay. Left, right, Jumping and interacting. Kinubo can't do More than That. The Whole thing feels very solid and the Jumping is precise and not spongy. The Game offers Setting options for the Scope: Audio Toll Thicknesses, Resolution as a Multiplier and flexible Control. The Criticism is that the Language is only in English. However, the Language is relatively easy to understand even for Beginners. The Level Of difficulty does not actually exist. It's a Game for Sitting Back and Enjoying. The Playing Time is 1 to 2 Hours. Conclusion Moonlight is a beautiful Little 2D story platformer game to enjoy and relax. However, with 1 to 2 Hours of Play and a Price of currently 3 CHF (Euro), it is relatively expensive. However, If you have a Voucher or if it is discounted, it is definitely a Game that you should treat yourself to for a moment. I give a Buy recommendation!
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