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A Moon For The Sky Goes Free For Unspecified Time

By , on March 29, 2011

Egg Ball have made their casual pick up and play puzzler A Moon For The Sky free for an undetermined period on both iPhone and iPad.

At the dawn of the millennium, the world of Astrolunia is thrown out of kilter when its Moon begins to wither.

Luckily for all concerned, a new moon is harvested relatively quickly, leaving you with the onerous task of bouncing the orb safely into orbit.

Draw a line under your celestial body and watch it rebound past obstacles galore, collecting stars and earning achievements in the process. Well, that’s the theory.

Should the 18-level campaign prove an insufficient test, A Moon For The Sky’s endless mode will keep you entertained for...ever, we guess.

Our review of A Moon For The Sky can be viewed here.


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