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Pilot a lunar lander around tunnels on the moon, using the arrow keys or the 'A', 'S' and 'D' keys to fire the jets.
The arrow keys fire the main jets to move sideways or up.
'A' and 'D' rotate the lander - the 'S' is an autopilot to return the lander to vertical!
(This will be more useful as we extend the game!)
The bar on the left side is the fuel gauge.
There are only five levels at the moment - more to come and more variety too.
Land on a green pad to refuel, then find the next green pad.
If you crash you will start again on the current level.
If you investigate level 2, you will find a UFO (Unifentified Floating Object). You can pick it up by flying over it. If you manage to pick it up, you will gain a new flight control! Note, however, that this flight control uses more fuel than manual control.
This will be published soon as a tutorial in the Green Room.

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Tags: space game simulation physics

This scenario is a member of: Scenario showcase, Space

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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Jun 22 10:09:50 UTC 2009


Great game! The landing is very sensitive, though. I managed to land on the green pad a couple of times, and it exploded, even though I wasn't very fast. Allowing a bit more vertical speed for landing would be nice.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Jun 25 10:20:40 UTC 2009


nice scroll


Possible (minor) bug - on the third level, if you crash into the wall on the left hand side about half way up, the fuel meter explodes after the rocket does!
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Jun 29 11:22:58 UTC 2009
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Jun 29 13:17:58 UTC 2009

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