[STAR] Lunar Eclipse? Maybe.

Review by probe5 on Wednesday, February 29th 2012
Click to play Lunar

Lunar is a game created by jackjoshseb

This is my first [STAR] review and my fifth actual review. Hooray! The review of Lunar by jackjoshseb is under way!


Jack has interesting games, talent and so much more according to that grapevine over there. We're good friends, but sometimes we bicker at each other, but that's how friends are right? The fact is, I haven't played any of his games yet, lol, but I'm sure that this game is a fun game, that is according to the thumbnail. It's red, and red=evil. MWAHAHAHA! -coughs- -clears throat- It's also dark and filled with interesting puzzles and enemies. Oh enough with my blabbering, let's get on to the main view already! Gawsh...

The Main View

Well, I must tell you, the game is addicting at all times! In fact, I think this is the most addicting game that I've played, on sploder of course. It took me several times to get near enough to review this game, but I pulled through, didn't I? I guess I did, lol, so it was pretty addicting. It was a pretty interesting concept, considering it was dark LIKE EVERY STINKING GAME! But this one had a good cause, because of the title mostly, so I'm not mad at this game for having...darkness. There was no plot to it, but if I had to guess it, it would have to be escaping from a lunar eclipse or something similar to that nature anyway. So all of this is far beyond expectations, well done!

I already talked about the scenery a little, but it's very well displayed in my opinion, oh wait this review is full of my opinions! Wow, -_- Turning the tables, the scenery had an evil look to it, EVIIILLLL! The reason why I think it's evil is because of the color, red. Yes we all know red is an evil color, but if you don't, go see a doctor, lol. Anyways, I forgot to mention that it was so dark you didn't know which block to hit and were to go, it was so confusing I almost had a headache, but I guess those things happen for a reason. There wasn't much background until you went underground. YUS! Finally an underground game, I like underground games, they make me happy. :P This was also good as well, but will it keep up?

Placements were alright for this average game. For the block placements, you never know what is going to happen to you next, it was just that well set that you didn't know how to get out of it. Enemy placement was extraordinary as well. Jack knew where and where not to put his enemies and to me THAT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH! I'm Kidding of course, it's good enough, =P. Health and weapon placement were of course placed in the right spot, but there was logic behind it. Am I lying? Maybe, you'll have to find out! =P So this was how good the placements were, so far, so close, and so good!

Yeah, there were puzzles and the most important one was at the beginning, man, that drove me nuts! See, you have to had logic to get through each and every puzzle that was in the game! There wasn't much traps and if there were, I didn't notice them, because if you ask me, I don't notice a lot of things, lol, but I guess it's okay. God, it feels like I'm missing something, but I'm not, oh well, let's move on to the next section and see what we can unfold! (Short paragraph I know, lol =P)



-Good concept

-Good scenery




-Not many traps

-Lack of background

Scores out of 5

Addictiveness: ____/_____

Scenery: ___/_____

Placements: ____/_____

Creativity: ____/_____

Puzzle and traps: ___/_____


After View

Overall, this was a pretty interesting game filled with goodies! There is nothing to improve on in the future, except maybe add more traps and background, yeah that would be excellent! -rubs hands together and laughs evily- Now there is only one question to remain...

Feature Worthy?

This question remains. Is. It. Feature. Worthy? The answer is...

Yes, it is with all the goodies I've mentioned, it just might have a good chance in getting featured, and I would be glad! Well done, jack. ;)

Comments and thoughts are appreciated


Lunar Reviewed by probe5 on Wednesday, February 29th 2012. [STAR] Lunar Eclipse? Maybe. - A game review written by probe5 for the game 'Lunar' by jackjoshseb. Rating: 4