Josh Hylton writes for Bleeding Cool:
Video games based on movies generally aren't very good. You have your exceptions, like the Nintendo 64 classic Goldeneye or the recent downloadable title based on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, but most tend to suck. But the question is: what makes those two examples fun? Answer: they're old school, in a literal sense with the former and in style with the latter.
In today's world, you simply can't go wrong taking an existing property, one that's still fresh in everybody's minds, and turning it retro in the video game realm. In a sense, that's what Danish artist Mads Johansen has done with Duncan Jones' terrific science fiction film, Moon. I say "in a sense," because he hasn't actually made a playable game, just one single screenshot, but if you're a fan of classic point-and-click adventure games like Sam & Max Hit the Road or The Secret of Monkey Island you're going to want to give this a look and dream of what could be.
Thanks to Gizmodo for the heads up.