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  • Summary: The Mooniacs are stranded on a strange planet! Help them collect JujuBees so they can rebuild their ship and return home! Now available on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad! Stranded on a strange planet, the Mooniacs need rescue! Launch the Mooniacs through 90 levels of puzzles across 3 diverse worlds--Briars & Brambles, The Fungi Forest, and The Deserted Island--where you'll find JujuBees! You have one shot each level to collect all the JujuBees! Aim the Mooniac's bubble, draw it back with your finger, and launch! Trade JujuBees for parts for the Mooniacs' ship! The amount of parts you collect will determine which of the 3 alternate endings you'll see! You can also send JujuBees to the Great Swarm on the Mooniacs website, where every players' contributions can unlock rewards, including a bonus chapter of 10 extra levels! The action continues as you compete with the community via leaderboards and achievements sharable on Facebook!*Elasticity, bounce, and more challenging physics!*90 levels of puzzles across 3 diverse worlds!*Replay the game for all 3 alternate endings!*Facebook integration, Game Center leaderboards & achievements!*Enjoy unlockable community rewards! Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Oct 31, 2011
    This may not be the most inventive or unique physics game out there, but it is a strong new entry in genre.
  2. Jul 5, 2011
    If all you're after is a charmingly cute physics-based game to add to your collection, Mooniacs will serve you well, though its lack of focus diminishes its replay value.
  3. Jul 1, 2011
    Mooniacs isn't doing anything all that new with its core gameplay, but it's a fun iOS game nonetheless.
  4. Jun 30, 2011
    While the presentation is very slick, with cute and well drawn characters and background art, and easy to navigate menus… not to mention the extremely catchy music (you know you are in trouble when you catch yourself whistling it!) the gameplay on-the-other-hand is lacklustre for its genre, falling short when compared to the likes of Angry Birds and Cut the rope.