Last time, Putt-Putt had got stranded on the Moon and found out he could buy a rocket with ten moon crystals. Also, he had to find a nose cone, key, steering wheel and some rocket fuel to make it go. Let’s start searching them!
|The only city on Moon|
I started my search in the local Cosmic Dust Diner. In addition to buying milk shakes to Putt-Putt, all I could really do here was to play Bear Storming video game, where you have to guide a bear with a biplane, popping up balloons that increase your fuel, and avoiding various obstacles…
|...like flying pigs.|
|How does he keep his balance?|
|The mayor should forget the good deeds for a while and focus on proper safety rails|
|So, how did the mayor come by with the very key I was looking for? Or is there an intergalactic standard for a rocket key shape?|
|Naturally I looked through all the apartments, just to see all the animations. Interestingly, you can’t find Robbie, unless you’ve first went to the gas station and read the note|
Near the Apartments, I found a basketball court, where I could jump on platforms, and a beauty salon, where I could design my own aliens. Nothing to make the plot go forward, but still a fun diversion.
|Look at what I designed!|
|This must be against some safety regulations|
|They still count Pluto as a planet. Charon is also mentioned|
At the end of this road I found a mansion with a high wall and closed gate. Such a fortified place must have very high safety protocols, you would think. Well, all I had to do to get in was to play few successful rounds of Simon.
The mansion was owned by Man on the Moon, who looked like a crescent moon (except he had also a long white beard). Man on the Moon had the nose cone I had been looking for and wanted just a picture of himself. Weirdly enough, he accepted a picture of the whole Moon, which makes the whole thing just confusing - so he’s both the planet and one of its citizens?
|I also got to see a re-enactment of a classic children’s poem|
Session time: 1 h 10 min
Total time: 1 h 55 min