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Lunar Mouse House


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Lunar Mouse HouseMixing elements from platform, puzzle and space flight simulation games, Lunar Mouse House is more than just another Lunar Lander game. The Flash game puts you inside a galactic-sized piece of cheese with caverns running throughout. Your mission is to pilot the spacecraft to find the lunar mouse balls and carry each one via tractor beam to its respective roller switch. Doing so will open a door to the next 'level' on your way to escape the cheese. Refueling can be done at any launch pad, and damage is incurred by hitting the cheesy walls. The Flash graphics are bright, crisp and clean, the game physics perform smoothly and believably, and the sound effects are just right to accentuate the gameplay. From the folks at Fingertime.com, Lunar Mouse House is a well-designed and enjoyable game that builds on a tried-and-true gameplay formula.

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Update (8/31): Due to security measures employed at Fingertime, I am no longer able to present their games without the ads and other additional content of their site. While being completely understandable, it is nonetheless disappointing that some sites exploit and abuse the privilege of linking to Web content, which then ruins it for others like me.

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cool game ever, see ya yo

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Not a bad game. Took me four or five tries to beat it. A little frustrating, but good design and good implementation.

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Measure May 26, 2006 7:47 PM

This game reminds me a bit of Solar Jetman for the NES, which used realistic gravity effects, and the same kind of "Naviage a ship through tight passageways carrying cargo on a rope" play mechanic.

cool!

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