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"A wicked combination of every classic space shooter ever made"

Pack your bags, human. The aliens are coming. They've been cutting off our communications and taking over planet after planet, killing off our civilizations and rendering our space pilots and astronauts helpless. They've already conquered every planet in our solar system, except for one: Earth.

Battle through many stages upon stages of alien vermin, taking down the enemy ships and meeting with huge and deadly bosses. Dock into the bays for extra firepower, but don't get cocky! Our best space pilots have already been terminated. You are our last hope.

Graphics (n.)
The use of animation and visual effects to stimulate the senses
The rotating polys are pretty nice, but Mooncrap is flickery and the explosions are not that spectacular.
Sound/Music (n.)
The smooth blend of atmospheric sounds and original harmonies
Surprisingly good PC sound effects give Mooncrap an arcade feel.
Gameplay (n.)The precision of control and involvement of character within its universe vvv
The circular pattern the enemies use to move makes Mooncrap feel much like a Mooncresta or Galaga arcade game. There are bosses and a docking sequence a la NES Top Gun. 
Story (n.)
The creativity and presentation of the game's critical plot
The story is thought out pretty carefully, but it's presented in a text bundle instead of a polished demo.
Replay Value (n.)
The timelessness of the gamer's delight, such that the experience can be repeated again and again
(Very Good)
The bread and butter of Mooncrap. The game seems to give you a fair shake, despite the fact that the challenge of the game is very high. I kept playing 'til I finally reached the end, much like a man inserting quarters into an arcade machine from the 70s. I admit it, I was hooked.
Challenge (v.)
To strike the mental nerve in such a way as to stimulate human thought and reflexes
The game gradually progresses from very easy to very hard, as the number of enemies and bullets they shoot increase. 
Fun Factor (n.)
The overall entertainment value as maintained throughout the adventure
(Very Good)
Visually Mooncrap is a far battle cry from the standard. But, this game's old-school mechanics, sheer challenge, and arcade-style action make it a very fun game to play. A must have for die-hard space shooter fans.
Players 1 player Genre: Arcade/Space Shooting Game
Rating To solve: 3-6 hours  Final Rating: 21/35

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Installation Tip
wTo play Mooncrap, unzip the file and run "MOONCR.EXE". 

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