A Missing Moon

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The game follows Isolde, a young girl who realises that the moon has gone missing. It is now up to you as the player to figure out why and make everyone else notice that the moon has in fact gone missing

this game was made over the course of a week with the help of my brother (the music). This game was made in Unity engine with the help of Adobe illustrator and Adobe Photohsop.

you can find the musician here: https://soundcloud.com/s-ren-bagenhaek

you can download the game here:https://gamejolt.com/games/a-missing-moon/332954

##### CONTROLS #####

control character with WASD or arrow keys

use Space to jump

use I to open inventory

use Ctrl to interact

##### Sound issue ####
There is an issue with the sound on this game, so until a fix has been created, this is the way to get the sound up and running.

1. Open your Chrome menu in the top right corner ( ⋮ )
2. Select Settings.
3. Scroll down and click "Advanced".
4. Click Content Settings ...
5. Choose Sound.
6. Disable or Enable (redommended) sound:

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Cute game, I really like the story and the graphics. Interesting and not too difficult to figure out. What bothered me though, was how slow Isolde is. Given the fact that you need to revisit spaces it quickly got annoying. The bad jump mechanics were already mentioned in earlier reviews, had the game been any longer, I would have given up.

This was a funny, nice adventure despite being a little bit short.

Oh this was such a charming wee adventure! All of the characters are oddly delightful (despite all having some major character flaws), the puzzle elements are very well executed (although I had a few issues using the items in my inventory until I realised I had to use my cursor to highlight the items before clicking on them) and the story is wonderful.

I really don't have any bad words for this game! The only thing I can pinpoint is a couple of spelling errors, but that didn't take anything away from the overall fun experience. Keep up the amazing work, this was a treat =)


Loads of fun! The platforming bits weren't nearly as bad as some of the comments were saying, and were actually a nice little change up to just running around long rooms. The grammar issues are the only thing I'm really taking points off for, and the ending did feel really anticlimactic, but I liked the game a lot. Cute style that's a change up of regular little pixel sprites or stick figures, but still reads nicely. Maybe in the future, changing up the soundtrack wouldn't hurt? The song was nice and unobtrusive but kind of droned on by the time I got to the end of the game. But that might just be me. Good work

Could use a little fine tuning, like spellcheck. Was enjoying the social commentary on parenting techniques, then got thrown for a loop when it turned into a platformer. I have the agility of a blind whale so it took me longer than I care to admit to navigate the jumping aspect. I liked the scale of her vs the endless void of the night on the roof. I got to trying to feed the mouse and everything froze.

Credits & Info

3.66 / 5.00

Apr 12, 2018
12:07 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click