Well, it'd all be on the surface of the moon. I'd change the backgrounds, and the gameplay. Maybe either put a bubble around them or make there be no air. The gameplay would be changed.
Oh and I suppose the endings would have to be way different. Might involve a rocket instead of Kazuma's dragon.
...Or a rocket dragon. Yeah. I'll do that.
Well, what I was thinking is that most of the game would take place in a habitable lunar subterrane. The Plantation and Egg Corridor would be buildings which were built into a mountain on the moon, and the Clock Room would be carved into the side of it. Neither of them were actually built by Sakamoto's team, they were already there when they came. The Balcony would be on the mountain's summit, and would be a landing runway for rockets, including the space shuttle that is retconned from the helicopter that Sakamoto's team took to get there. The Prefab Building would be a small shack near the runway and the Doctor's laboratory (with the Throne Room, The King's Table, and Black Space), and it used to be the laboratory that Sakamoto's team and other researchers used (besides that professor who made the Egg Corridor), comparable to the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
The exit to the Egg Corridor from Egg No. 00 would be another runway at the foot of the mountain for the rocket dragons which was built by the Egg Corridor's professor rather than Sakamoto's team, with an entrance to the Little House along that runway, sort of like the Prefab Building's position on the balcony runway.
The Outer Wall would be replaced by a segment of climbing the mountain to get to the Plantation, with the Earth in the background instead of the moon, of course. There would be fans to ventilate the surface of the moon (The Moon doesn't have sufficient gravity to maintain an atmosphere on its surface, so they have to keep pumping air up to it for people to be able to breathe there) and Quote would use those to climb the mountain like in Grasstown. Don't know what to call the mountain...
Instead of the Final Cave, that door on the top of Plantation would lead to a balcony (like the one in the original Outer Wall, not the type of balcony as the original Balcony) that was on the LEFT side of the mountain, that you would have to climb up, and if you fell off you would never be seen again, so it would be more like the original Outer Wall. In the "Hidden" version of Final Cave, the level design would be different, and you would also be bombarded with meteors along the way (this bombardment would be similar to in that Sacred Grounds segment and exiting the Throne Room before that)
Quote can already jump super high. Seems like moon gravity at work.
Edited by TorchicBlaziken, 11 March 2012 - 08:00 PM.