A Moon for the Sky

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Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media
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Draw lines to bounce moon in challenging physics game.

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The instructions contain some grammatical errors and translation inaccuracies, but the game is extremely easy to learn. Bonuses make the later levels challenging.

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Players can buy BulkyCoins to enhance their gameplay; an icon on the opening screen links to the BulkyShop.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that A Moon for the Sky is an arcade-style game in which players can connect to the BulkyShop to buy coins that can be used to get boosts for the game; parents will need to adjust their device's settings if they do not want to allow purchases. A Moon for the Sky HD is also available for the iPad.

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Is it any good?

A MOON FOR THE SKY is an arcade game similar to Break Out or Pinball where the goal is to bounce the moon (a ball) through the sky -- gathering stars and bonuses along the way -- by drawing a "trampoline." Players earn coins as they gather stars, avoiding obstacles like Martians. The game has two game modes, "No Limit" and "Adventure," providing limitless replayability. Players can use coins -- either earned or purchased -- to unlock new moons or, in the No Limit game, to restart from where they wiped out. The game is extremely easy to play, yet challenging as the difficulty ramps up with each game, and can prove addictive. The artwork is lovely, especially in the iPad HD version.

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