Grab a solar board and surf the moon’s dusty hills and steep craters. It is up to you – if you roam freely, perhaps practicing some kickflips, or if you head directly to the marked waypoints.
All the game’s 5184 areas are procedurally generated. The landscapes early in the game, are reminiscent of NASA’s Apollo program. But, when you reach the far side of the moon, the terrain algorithm gets increasingly out of hand, producing an ethereal topography, suited only for the most experienced of players.
Moon Surfing’s online server keeps track of your progress and the progress of all other players. You will know which areas have been conquered already, and when. All players are in this together.
Privacy notice: the player IDs are randomly generated for each device and are anonymous.
– Minor improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect for me
Unlocking for less than a cheeseburger has been completely worth it these past six months and it’s not even close. Perfect for being at peace or exercising exploratory brain bits for a while on the commute to work or back home or whenever needed. Great for playing while listening to podcast or excellent sound design. Unlike other games you pay for the design just keeps going. Don’t get the complaints about each spot on the moon not being interconnected somehow and personally I dig the minimalism. Also there are free play levels you just need to look for an infinity symbol above the landing point on the moon map.
i found an exploit
This game is pretty fun and presents an interesting idea. It runs well for what it wants to do and is a fun way to pass the time. I found a major exploit though. If you bring the board parallel to a cliff or any un-climbable slope and continuously slide towards the direction of the slope, you can completely scale it. I even tried this on the beginning level and I was able to go from the bottom of the valley all the way to the top of the steep cliffs. Other than that flaw I found, the tricks feel underwhelming at best and don't add anything to the game (other than the exploit I found). I hope the dev sees this and takes into account what i have said, thanks.
This game is actually pretty fun but there's one thing that just pisses me off that alot of mobile games have, and that is that you have to pay for the full game and thats just makes me mad because nobody likes paying for a full version of a game nobody likes that and now I can't play any further and I'm probably gonna delete this. So the verdict is, Unless you have the money to pay for the full game or you play the same levels that are free, Just Dont Play. I have to say it's definitely a fun game but paying for a full game is the thing stopping me from playing all of the game. So it's fun but u have to pay for the full thing.
- Christian Schnellmann
- 110.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Christian Schnellmann
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Full Moon $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.