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Luna Review

Luna Review

Luna Review

A simple, beautiful fairytale for kids of all ages. VR optional.


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Genre: Fantasy 
Release date: October 17, 2017

Moon was bright and full, but Owl caused it to break up. He then tricked the different animals into swallowing pieces and so over the days the Moon shrank down to a sliver. Then Owl tricked Bird into swallowing the last of the pieces. Moon was no more, the stars left their places and life fled the earth.

But Bird was more clever than the other animals (although some would say he was a little flighty) and determined to undo the trickery of Owl. So he visited each of the other animals, returned their stars to their places and caused them to barf up their pieces of Moon. Finally, Moon was back.

But so was Owl…

Luna is a nice little fairytale with pretty graphics and simple puzzles.

There is no speaking in the game and the only written words are at the beginning when you have to choose between New Game or Continue.

The puzzles are all easy to solve and come to an end before you can get tired of them.

There is no violence in the game (unless you count the artfully executed projectile vomiting).

The game supports VR, but doesn’t require it.

In short, this is a nice little game you can safely play with your kids, grandkids or just by yourself to relax..

 Pretty graphics

+ Simple puzzles
+ Non-violent story
A little repetitive
– VR sometimes makes object placement confusing 


System Requirements

MINIMUM Windows:
OS: Windows 8.1
Processor: Intel Core i5 7200
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVidia GTX 960/965M/1050 (or greater) DX12-capable discrete GPU or AMD RX 460 (or greater) DX12-capable discrete GPU
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 4 GB available space

Bob Washburne

Bob Washburne

I have been playing adventure games since 1979 when I played "Adventure" on the DEC PDP minicomputer at work. The first adventure game I ever purchased was "Zork 1" for CP/M. I can remember the introduction of the IBM PC. I remember the invention of the microcomputer (actually, it was discovered rather than invented). I remember the invention of the minicomputer. Yes, I am an old fart. I have written 80 reviews and articles for JustAdventure starting with my review of "Bioscopia" in February of 2004. I currently own more adventure games than I will ever be able to play, let alone review. And I want more!

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