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Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Moonlight is a 2D platformer/puzzle game set in a whimsical-looking world filled with talking monkeys and trees to climb. You play as Kinubo, a white lumpo monkey, whose dream is to someday travel to the moon. Befriending your fellow monkeys and doing favours for them is the key to moving forward in the game. Your character believes that by doing these favours, one way or another, someone will be able to help him reach his goal. The trick is that in this silly world the monkeys are not very trusting, and will only speak to you if you are wearing the right hat. It was definitely love at first sight with me and Moonlight. The graphics are incredibly lovely; featuring sparking blue waterfalls, large trees that you can jump on and off of, and of course, the monkeys whose character designs are simple and cute. The beginning of the game has your character learning how to do things in this new world with a featured tutorial, which once completed, leaves you free to do as you please. It isn’t long after the tutorial that you come across other monkeys standing around in different places on the map but none of them seem interested in talking to a stranger. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

After wandering around a bit you are able to find one monkey who is willing to speak with you and she teaches you that if you want to be able to chat with other monkeys, you’re going to have to dress to impress. Your first hat of the game is probably the most simple to acquire as it only involves making your way through a jumping puzzle; you must bounce across bubbles that float in the air. Did I say simple? What I meant was excruciatingly difficult. Whether this is due to my extreme lack of platforming skills or the game being made difficult on purpose is hard to say, but right from this first jumping section I was faced with a challenge that took me quite a long time to beat. The jumping mechanic can be quite unforgiving, especially when jumping across the bubbles, where if you do not land perfectly in the centre, you’ll go bouncing off in the opposite direction of where you intended. After you eventually get this first hat, you have to continue to find the next monkey that will talk to you, and then the next, and so on. For example, if you’re wearing the fancy top hat, given to you by a very posh monkey, a young boy monkey will give you his own baseball cap in exchange for the top hat.

CRAFT AND ENCHANT.

The entire game is driven by this strange monkey black market hat trading/favour system which allows Kinubo to get closer to finding someone who may be able to help him get to the moon. Despite my initial fawning over Moonlight and its pleasant visuals, it unfortunately soon became apparent that these jumping puzzles were almost all that the game had to offer. The game does feature other favours for your character to complete but none of them are anywhere near as challenging. A game of hide-and-seek proves effortless, and a certain puzzle soon becomes disappointing when you are literally given the solution. Other than the difficult and repetitive jumping puzzles, and other simple favours, Moonlight is also a little unsatisfying in terms of the size of its map. The game really only consisted of two areas; the first being where the majority of the game was set, and I was able to memorise the locations of everything within the first hour of playing. The other area was even smaller than the first and featured very little variation. In terms of level design, both areas looked markedly similar; the only difference being that the second area was darker, as it was meant to look as though it was underground. Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI 

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

This second area did redeem itself though when the jumping puzzles changed to involve gravity-altering mechanics in a way that reminded me of Portal or Limbo. Kinubo, clad in a purple wizard’s hat, has to touch crystals, placed throughout the map, in order to change the gravity of the room. This allows the player to reach taller platforms and, using momentum, get to the end of the level. This portion of the game gave me a very satisfying “I’m a genius” feeling, like what you get when you complete a testing chamber in Portal or when you save yourself from having to watch your character’s graphic death happen over and over again when you finally solve a puzzle in Limbo. In spite of this brief moment of redemption, the game then returns to its previous normalcy. Additionally, the ending left something to be desired. Without revealing anything about the story, the ending broke the fourth wall in a way that had me asking myself why the game was given a creative story at all. It even slightly defeats the purpose of having an immersive, completely made-up world in the first place.

GET THE LOOT.

A more finite ending to tie off the experience would have been better. When Toploader changed the lyrics of their hit song and dropped the word castle, little did they know that they wouldn’t be the inspiration behind HABA’s latest family board game, Moonlight Castle. What a ridiculous mistake that lack of foresight was! HABA often hit the mark with board games for families and children. Whenever a new title appears I am always keen to give it a try. You see, HABA are behind such classics as Rhino Hero, Karuba, Miyabi, Monza and one of my favourite titles Schneck di Wupp, sadly known by its lesser title in the UK ‘Snail Sprint’. So when I heard that a new arrival had been nominated for Best Children’s Game at the UK Games Expo I was excited. Moonlight Castle had piqued my interest and I was lucky enough to be sent a copy for review. Visitors to UKGE 2022 at the Birmingham NEC can see this game for themselves as it will be at stand 2-730 in the Family Zone. But you might be reading this in 2023 so let me tell you more about it, in case you missed it at the show! Since the release, Moonlighter has been updated with tons of new content. Rebuild 3 Gangs of Deadsville

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Moonlight Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

From the smallest changes like key bindings improvements, bug fixes and balance tweaks, to huge innovations that we have promised in our Road Map – current version of Moonlighter delivers the original experience with a range of game-changing enhancements for players old and new. Confront unfamiliar mini-bosses using brand-new weapons, armor, rings and amulets. Wander around 100 fresh room patterns, with the help of 9 brave Companions, and discover even more lore and story. Finish the main adventure to unlock New Game+ mode with additional challenges and options. During a long-passed archaeological excavation, a set of Gates were discovered. People quickly realized that these ancient passages lead to different realms and dimensions – providing brave and reckless adventurers with treasures beyond measure. Rynoka, a small commercial village, was founded near the excavation site providing refuge and a place for adventurers to sell their hard-earned riches. Defeat various enemies and bosses, and revel in challenging and deep combat mechanics. Masterful control of your weapons, critical timing, careful positioning, and an understanding of your enemies and environment are crucial to your survival.

BEFRIEND COMPANIONS.

How you battle your enemies is up to you. Get to know your neighbors as you restore the prosperity of this small commercial hamlet. Help establish new businesses and watch them grow in the idyllic community of Rynoka Understanding the crafting and enchanting system is essential for your progression. Interact with the villagers to craft new armor and weapons, and enchant existing equipment. This creates a great deal of flexibility and spices up the way equipment is used. Access strange worlds through otherworldly gates and collect valuable items from exotic civilizations: resources, weapons, armors and peculiar artifacts. Hoarding everything won’t be possible – use the unique inventory system wisely to take the most profitable loot with you.Gates lead to different worlds. Each run is unique and forces you to make smart and calculated decisions. You never know what you will encounter next – that’s why you must be prepared for everything. Controls are pretty bad, even on controller. They took me quite awhile to get used to (LT is dash, RT is use potion?). Technically controls can be rebound but it’s really buggy.

For instance if you leave a button unused, for some reason that becomes the change weapon key (?). Also the combat keys conflict with the interface keys in weird ways, for instance if you put something other than primary attack as A button, it will still allow you to use A for talk, but it won’t work and you can’t talk to anybody. To me A = dash and X = primary attack makes more sense on an Xbox controller, but this can’t be done unless you rebind the menu keys in some weird unintuitive way.  Combat is clunky. Not unplayably so, but it will get on your nerves. For instance you will always dash in whatever direction you’re facing, not the direction your control stick is facing. So you cannot quickly dash in a particular direction. Your swipes with your weapon also have a slow animation that leaves you unable to control again for an uncomfortably long window.  Interface is clunky. I appreciate there are at least quick move buttons, to take an item or a whole container’s worth. But it could really use a quick sell/junk key. Once you’re a few levels down in a dungeon you need to sell a lot of things to make space, and picking up each item and moving it back over the grid to the bottom corner to sell gets tiresome.

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Repositioning items to get around their curses is also tiresome, since items will swap all the way back into the container you’re taking from, really a pain with a controller. At the end of the day I’m having a lot of fun so I’m still recommending it! But could really use a quality of life patch. Without interface and control issues I’m pretty sure this game would have overwhelmingly positive reviews, and 10X the popularity. I really want to enjoy this game more than I do, but I just can’t. The game is great, it mixes the rogue-like and shop-keeping aspect perfectly which is a pretty difficult thing to do. The looting system is also really fun, and having to sort your inventory on special ways because an item requires you to do so was also fun for me, even when some people find this to be tedious. Also the game is beautiful for pixel graphics and the music is really well made too. But why I don’t like this game as much as I could have is because in both the shop-keeping aspect and the rogue-like aspect it is just a bit too simple. Both parts of the game don’t really stand out to comparison to others of it’s genre. Still in combination it is fun for some time, but can get repetitive and makes me go to another rogue-like instead. Still the combination is almost perfectly implemented, only needs to flesh out both sides of the game a bit.  Victoria 3

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