You know the moon, that big rock that is always going around the earth, but what if I told you that something unusual happened to it while you were not paying attention? What could it be, you ask? Well, a little piece of it fell on Earth, and because of it, things are going a little crazy in Moon Rock Mix-Up. The animals were the most affected by it, they got disoriented, and instead of going home they went in entirely other places and got lost. Help them find their natural habitats and gather them from all around the globe while listening to some great music.
First, let us start with the arctic animals that somehow got to the Nile river by mistake. All the polar bears and foxes and even some seals are swimming helplessly around, not knowing what happened to the ice. Gather them all in the Rocket while listening to Verdi`s song from the Aida opera, where the action is happening on the Nile`s banks.
To drive the spaceship, you will need to use your mouse. Move it up and down the screen to change the direction in which the ship is going. Avoid the obstacles such as the bushes, the rocks or the asteroids when you travel because they will slow you down and thus you will also lose your precious time. If you still happen to get stuck in one of those, just move the mouse in the opposite direction, and you should free yourself.
When you see an animal whose place is not Africa, go near it to allow Rocket`s hand to grab it and take it on the board. Only then will it be safe and sound. The more creatures you rescue, the more points you will gain. Try your best to get as many as possible in the short time you have, and that is no more than sixty seconds.
The next level comes up with a new song, and that is Debussy`s First Arabesque, a piece that will surely remind you of some rippling water. Funnily enough, this level happens deep in the ocean because some farm animals got even more confused than the northern ones and ended up swimming among schools of fish looking for their farmer. Get all the cows, goats, ducks and chicks so you can return them to their owner, who probably misses them a lot. Avoid getting caught in the algae at the bottom, or they will get into the engine and stop it.
The third and last level does not happen on earth but in space. The children want to solve the problem with the moon so that no other creatures will get lost. They need to gather all the missing moon bits to make it whole again. Fly away from asteroids and enjoy the Symphony No. 9 by Dvorak, the song that the famous astronaut Neil Armstrong brought on the moon himself. What a funny coincidence, right? Now, good luck in your adventure and may the music be with you during your journey!