Duncan Jones's Moon: The Game?

Posted by Grey Saturday, August 6, 2011

Fans of point-and-click adventure games of yesteryears? Blow your mind apart with Duncan Jones's Moon. If only.

In 2009, Duncan Jones surprisingly cemented his position as a bona fide sci-fi maestro with his debut feature film, Moon. Now imagine the film gets a video game adaptation in the form of the point-and-click adventure games like Lucasarts' Monkey Island and Broken Sword.

Why yes, you are looking retro game awesomeness overdrive. Thanks to Danish artist Mads Johansen, we get a one-picture vision of how the game would looked like.

If I played this game back in ´91, I think my brain would literally blow up.
It just started with me wanting to do some nice SCUMM fan-art, but the further I got with this, the more I felt that the narrative of this particular flick would fit awesomely with the whole point'n'clicky thing. Except for maybe the lack of a character gallery. It was pretty tough for me completing games like Secret of Monkey Island, because as a 12 year old danish kid, I didn't really have a clue what a rubber chicken with a pulley in the middle was, for example... and the artwork was also pretty tough to decrypt at times... but now I know how hard it is to do Sam Bell, when you only have about 12x12 pixels to do it on :D Anyway, hope you like this one... I might do more, Idunno yet.


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