Moon Chaser is an action game where players help guide a small ninja across hilly landscapes using the touch screen. The only controls involve either holding your finger on the screen, or letting it go. Touching increases the pull of gravity, thus accelerating the character on declines and slowing him down on inclines. Releasing your finger sets it back to normal. The goal is to get as far as you can before the full moon forms in the sky. Due to the ease of play and lack of any potentially offensive content, Moon Chaser is recommended to players ages 6 and up.
Recalling and retaining information in our minds while working.
Moon Chaser's levels are made up of various hills, each with different slopes and inclines. Players have to touch the screen to speed up descents and let it go on inclines to keep momentum. In order to anticipate the best time to do so, players need to memorize the layout of the level. After playing through a stage a few times, players should begin to recall where the big jumps are and where the steep inclines reside. By memorizing the layout of the levels while they play, players will be better able to navigate the slopes quickly.
Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.
The rapidly changing layout of Moon Chaser's landscape requires players to think quick and act fast. This is especially true when players make it to a new area, as they will be unfamiliar with the layout, requiring them to react to the landscape both accurately and timely.
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