Moon levels:

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1 storyyeller2nd May 2011 05:32:45 AM from Appleloosa , Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
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Which 2d videogames have levels set on the moon? The only ones I can think of are DuckTales and Super Mario Land 2.
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2 Mezzopiano2nd May 2011 05:41:21 AM from the Marble Bridge , Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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Sonic Advance has its True Final Boss battle on the moon.
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3 Noelemahc2nd May 2011 05:45:50 AM from Moscow, Russia , Relationship Status: Gay for Big Boss
I thought more than one Sonic game had Moon levels. Also, didn't one of the Commander Keen games take place there?
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Well, Death Egg Zone is no moon...

But it's odd, from all the IN SPACE levels, rarely do they place it on the moon...
5 stardf292nd May 2011 07:28:31 AM from Under the Hoenn waters , Relationship Status: I'd need a PowerPoint presentation
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The Magic School Bus Explores The Solar System.

And it's the easiest of the platforming levels by far.

>_>
6 Fighteer2nd May 2011 07:30:28 AM from the Time Vortex , Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
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Final Fantasy IV. Of course, it may not be our moon, but at least it's a moon.

edited 2nd May '11 7:42:28 AM by Fighteer

7 Servbot2nd May 2011 07:45:23 AM , Relationship Status: Yes, I'm alone, but I'm alone and free
8 Noelemahc2nd May 2011 08:01:45 AM from Moscow, Russia , Relationship Status: Gay for Big Boss
[up][up]Is that a platformer? =)

Does it have to be Earth's moon, OP?
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^ Nobody specified platformer...
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Majora's Mask? Link is delirious from the lack of oxygen so it's a little abstract.

Oh, 2d. Well there was an Army Men game which took place on the moon.

edited 2nd May '11 8:53:19 AM by Mammalsauce

11 Fighteer2nd May 2011 09:34:56 AM from the Time Vortex , Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
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Yeah, who said anything about a platformer?
12 NativeJovian2nd May 2011 10:14:45 AM from Orlando, Florida
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A couple people have mentioned it.

They've all been asking who said anything about platformers, though. waii
13 Usht2nd May 2011 11:22:41 AM from an arbitrary view point.
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Yoshi's Island for the SNES has a boss that takes place on the moon. You literally can run the circumference of the moon in under five seconds and it was FUN.
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14 Pykrete2nd May 2011 11:33:55 AM from Viridian Forest
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The Magic School Bus Explores The Solar System.

Oh my god I remember that game. Many wasted recesses.

Neptune always freaked me out though. I had a primal fear of bottomless pits and sky levels.

edited 2nd May '11 11:34:30 AM by Pykrete

15 stardf292nd May 2011 12:09:49 PM from Under the Hoenn waters , Relationship Status: I'd need a PowerPoint presentation
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Yeah, Neptune was an... interesting level. I think I was more freaked out by Venus, with its gas clouds that drained your air quickly.

And, if we count non-Earth moons, that game also had Jupiter's moon Io, which I remember being moderately hard due to the really high gravity and erupting volcanoes. I think one of Uranus's moons was also there, but I don't remember too much about that level, aside from it having surprisingly low gravity.
Those levels were hard as hell as a kid.
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Paper Mario: TTYD's got one towards the end of the game. Though that's technically 2.5 D.

edited 2nd May '11 12:23:59 PM by TheGinkei

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18 Enlong2nd May 2011 12:44:53 PM from The Underground Facility , Relationship Status: is commanded to— WANK!
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19 storyyeller2nd May 2011 03:26:13 PM from Appleloosa , Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
More like giant cherries
^^ Yeah, I already saw that but didn't count it since it looked 3d to me.
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Mega Man X 8 had The Very Definitely Final Dungeon on the moon, kinda.

edited 2nd May '11 3:32:10 PM by sirnoob

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21 RocketDude2nd May 2011 04:59:42 PM from AZ, United States
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Would Worms count?
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22 Anomalocaris202nd May 2011 05:05:31 PM from Mr. Bones' Wild Ride , Relationship Status: Love blinded me (with science!)
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I remember The Magic School Bus Explores The Solar System...

Neptune was bizarre. You, like, fell down into Neptune and had to fly up after a few screens or something. I can't remember what Uranus was like, though. Was it on a moon?

Also, final boss from Kirby's Adventure is on the moon. The battle even causes part of it to explode.
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23 Magus2nd May 2011 11:14:19 PM from West Clownadelphia
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You terrible, terrible people. Making me post this.

EDIT: Oh, it was in the OP. Oh well, DUCKTALES WOO-OO

edited 2nd May '11 11:14:45 PM by Magus

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24 storyyeller3rd May 2011 06:04:31 AM from Appleloosa , Relationship Status: RelationshipOutOfBoundsException: 1
More like giant cherries
Yeah, that's probably the most famous moon level of all time.
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25 Cider3rd May 2011 07:58:19 AM from Not New York , Relationship Status: They can't hide forever. We've got satellites.
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Kirby's Adventure has a boss fight on the moon, if that counts.

Yoshi's Island has a boss battle on a false moon made by Kamek.
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