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.

Reigns: Her Majesty is out!

When we reviewed the original Reigns, we said it’s the combination of Tinder and Crusader Kings: you decide about crucial matters for your kingdom by swiping left or right and balance the needs of the people, military, church, and treasury.  If anyone of them became too happy or unhappy, you could be murdered by your […]

Four Last Things Review

Sometime in the middle of 15th century, in a Dutch city called s’Hertogenbosch, a man was born who was destined to become one of the best and most enigmatic painters of all time. More a medieval moralizer than a renaissance libertine, and obviously someone without a too high opinion of his fellow humans, he passed […]


You guys know better than anyone how many games pour onto the mobile market on a daily basis. I check the Google Play Store almost every day just to see if there is anything new interesting, and curiously, this game instantly caught my eye, which rarely happens, really. It’s not even a new game, per […]


Have you ever noticed that when people talk about perfect fantasy settings, they always praise the beauty of enchanted forests, refinement of elven cities, majesty of mountains, pastoral idyll of Halfling shires or some other nonsense of that sort? Well, if you’re at least a little bit like me you’re probably sick of those picture-perfect […]


Hustle Castle Review

There are many mobile games that seem to take the world by storm – for one moment, that game is the only thing everyone and their dog is playing… only to be gone and forgotten within the next month or so. “Hustle Castle: Fantasy Kingdom” developed by Studio Nord and released in November last year […]


Homo Machina, created by the Darjeeling Production, is a unique puzzle game inspired by the work of Fritz Kahn. His avant-garde approach to the human body inspired the developers to create a surreal puzzle shown as a gigantic 1920s factory. In addition, we applaud the creators and co-producers for this idea and endeavor, since any […]

Part Time UFO Review

When you think about mobile games, the first association are usually the words “cash grab”. It’s easy to see mobile games as something that preys on player’s desire for winning with as little effort as possible. All of us have seen massive advertising campaigns for huge budget mobile games that don’t even require you to […]

Portal Knights Review

The first thing you’ll think of when you lay your eyes onto the Portal Knights is the striking similarity with the legendary Minecraft. Indeed, graphically this game looks like the modernized version of Mojang’s sandbox, but it definitely is more than a mere Minecraft clone. Developer Keen Games’ approach delivers precisely the right amount of […]