When you look up into the night sky and see the moon, what do you see? A rabbit? Or perhaps a hatch? Or maybe even an alien? Well, wonder no more. All thanks to Renegade Kid, now you can go up to the moon and check it out for yourself. But let me warn you first. It is not going to be pretty.
First and foremost, Moon is a FPS. Control is very simple. The shoulder button is for shooting things, while the D-pad (or face buttons for lefties) is used for movement. Use the touch screen to point at targets and directions where you want to travel. It might feel a bit strange at first, but it will become second nature as you dwell deeper into the game.
There is not much to do on the moon's surface (save for some rover action that will be discussed later), most of the game involves getting under the moon's surface and into the network of crammed hallways and tunnels guarded by crawling robots, flying robots, laser cannons, grenade launchers, turrets, armed aliens, big bosses, etc.