Download Moon Quake apk 1.0.1 free for Android smartphone

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Moon Quake

Posted by Jit Games in Arcade | July 5, 2014 | 4 Comments

Apk file size: 10.0 MB

The game is based on the moon, a meteor impact damages the moonbase and you have been called in to clear away the debris that has fallen. Travelling from level to level (10 in total) you are given an infinite collection of bombs to blast away rubble. However, the nuclear reactors around the base have been left online and if hit one too many times they wipe out everything on the level. You also have to avoid malfunctioning security robots which wander around the levels, killing you on contact.

By destroying the fallen rocks, extra blast fuel can be uncovered and picked up which gives your bombs a greater range and kill threat. Extra bombs are available and these enable you to drop more than one bomb at any time.

Mystery boxes left under the debris can have various effects, including setting you to auto-bomb-drop, freezing the droids, increasing your bomb range and giving an extra bomb. There is a two-player mode over Wifi in which you can go head-to-head, trying to trap each other with their bombs.

Jit Games part of our Arcade and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update July 5, 2014. Google play rating is 68.0. Current verison is 1.0.1. Actual size 10.0 MB.

Download moon-quake.apk 10.0 MB

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Nathan Jackson

Either the instructions are terrible, or the game is terrible Nice idea, but after having had a decent crack at this I can only make between 2 and 5 moves before dying. This had the potential to be a great game but there appears to be very little logic as to what is hidden under the rocks. At least if you were told why the game was over you'd have a better idea of what you're doing wrong (if anything). I'd give it no stars if I could.

David Chamberlain

Loved this on RISC, loved in Emulator and love now! Loved this on RISC, loved in Emulator and love now! Thanks so much Stephen!

Nige Jones

Has potential I loved Moonquake on the Archie. This isn't quite as good, mainly due to the control system which I found very cumbersome. A virtual joystick option would probably help - one that moves relative to where the player places their finger initially if that makes sense. Thanks for reviving this classic!

Robin Sheat

A good reproduction of the old Acorn game, however the controls make it quite slow and hard to play on a tablet.

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