“Dad Broke The Moon!” by Lindsey Kitsis, Joshua Robinson & George Meisinger.
“Find the pieces of the moon and put it back together!”
The scenario of “Dad Broke The Moon!” is similar to one other Global Game Jam 2020 submission we recommended: “Tale of moon”. Here, the moon broke into fragments as well, but you do not have to drag the pieces around by yourself in a puzzle game manner to rebuild the majestic celestial body again. Instead, you have to jump up to the top of the sky to find each spot where one piece is hidden.
“Dad Broke The Moon!” features one of the best pixel art I have seen this year so far, and even though the premise of the platformer game is simple, some stages can be pretty difficult. Interstellar goldfish monsters and shooting stars seem to be jealous of the lunar orb, as they will attack you on your journey. Whenever they are successful, you will stumble and fall without any possibility of control, which can cause you to fall down several plateaus. Do not worry too much, though, you cannot die in here, so just get up and try again. >>PLAY