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You are an employee of Prometheus Corp, on the Moon, wearing a pressure suit but carrying nothing. Following a bogus distress call into some ruins, you discover your moon buggy has been sabotaged by someone from Titan Corp, leaving you stranded. Floating far above you is a Prometheus Corp shuttle. If only there was some way to signal it!
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I was quite happy to find this title because I'm still wating for a game set up on moon, with moon buggys, dangerous craters, a moon base - stuff like that.
The game started, I draw the first box of my map and 30 minutes and another three more boxes later the game was finished. No buggy (well, not one you can drive), no crater, no rocket, no (human) moon base.
Even if the (only one) puzzle is set up nicely, you know what to do right after the beginning because you are told by your own thoughts (meaning that you can read your thoughts in one of the first paragraphs). It would be fine for a warm up but when expecting your first points you are told, that you won.
Just when you get familiar with the game it ends and I think, it should have deserved more places to explore and more puzzles.
But still, if you just have 30 mins it's worth to play Moonwrecked.
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