Category Archives: Review

Reviews page contains the game reviews. Blue Moon Game is rating the games based on atmosphere, graphics, and gameplay. There are exceptions where we miss out one of the factors on purpose to reflect the average rating better (for instance – there won’t be a graphics rating in the text-based game). Every game is rated and compared according to the platform it’s intended for. Our final grades are explained here.

Hollywhoot: Idle Hollywood Parody – Tap your way to fame and fortune

Apart from being quite a mouthful, “Hollywhoot: Idle Hollywood Parody” is also a “tap and wait” type of game. It is also quite fun. Here is what it has to offer. You take on a role of an aspiring movie director in Hollywhoot. But, you know how it goes; you have to start at the […]

Hag’s Castle: An Old-School Game

Before you start to play Hag’s Castle, know that this is a pretty straightforward first-person game designed in an old-fashioned way. It reminded me of Doom, although without all the pixels and red color. However, as you get deeper into the game, it more resembles other classics like the Dungeon Master.   As you saw […]

Hello Neighbor: What Secrets Does Your Neighbor Hide?

Hello Neighbor is one of those games you believe you figured out from the announcements. A game’s publisher tinyBuild released several trailers which made me believe that this will bean a combo of Fright Night and Rear Window movies. However, the story took a completely different turn and left me quite baffled. Developed by Dynamic […]

Sword of Chaos Review

Sword of Chaos is easily one of the most action-oriented and polished MMORPG games currently on the market. And no, before you ask, this game is not related to the Warhammer universe, unless it consists of jiggly breasted anime girls now. Which I sincerely doubt. The studio behind Sword of Chaos is Allstar Games, known […]

Make the distance in Ball’s Journey

Some games don’t take themselves seriously, and this is especially true on mobile. Today we are reviewing somewhat of a champion of not taking yourself seriously, a little game called Ball’s Journey. In it, you play as one of a cast of wacky characters, and you try to hit your ball (or brick, or chicken, […]

Buddy Toss Review

Ragdoll games that employ physics are one of the earliest genres that were exclusive for the mobile devices. The first global smash hit for mobile, Angry Birds, is the perfect example of what you might expect from games like those. They are simple, immensely fun, have huge replay value and the best of all, you […]

Game of Sultans Review

The Oriental aesthetic was really popular in mainstream culture during the second half of the 20th century, providing us with numerous books, TV shows, movies and even video games like Prince of Persia. Nowadays, the Middle East in games is usually just a backdrop for action-oriented games about introducing democracy to backwater tribes. As far […]