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MoonCHEESEMoney - Chad Elston

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Chad Elston
Game Creator

Floaters
Barry Rowe - Graphics (graphics not actually used in game)
Arthur Zaragoza - Sound

Description
You are an American astronaut in the 1950's sent to the moon to collect precious moon cheese for cash while evading the communists.

How to Play
Wait for a crate to appear then drop some dynamite beside it. Collect the floating cheese when a dropship arrives to exchange cheese for cash. Avoid the commies by jumping over them as they will attempt to steal your cheese.

Moving
Up arrow - Jump
Down arrow - Place dynamite
Left, right arrows - Move left and right

Winning
The game will end after 5 minutes or if you reach your cash goal which is displayed during the game.

Tips
Keep in mind you can still move when you jump in the air. A good strategy can be to keep the up arrow key held down and move side to side.

Keep an eye on the clock for when the next dropship will arrive

Installation Instructions
No Install! Just play online!

Technologies Used
Flash 8, ActionScript 2.0, Photoshop

Rob's Corner
Great intro! An interesting blend of politics and cheese. The humor adds alot of character to the gameplay.

Jim's Corner
Most Jammers focus on the game, Chad focused on the introduction sequence. It features 40s style clip art, a bizarre and strangely paced conversation, and is Hilarious. We don't spoil it in the YouTube video, so play the game already (it's Flash!). Alas, I believe the time spent on that intro came at the expense of the game itself. While a good start (I love the rotating stars), I need more stuff to do.

Media

If you had the Adobe Flash Player, there'd be a cool video here.




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