We all know the moon, but what if the moon was not the moon we thought it was? What if the moon was a giant spherical vessel, locked in orbit around the Earth?
The moon has thousands of craters. Seven of them are not really craters - they are secret entrances to the moon's interior.
The "crater" entrances take you through long winding tunnels to deep inside the moon. Eventually you reach cloud and mist, yet soon enough below you will be gliding over a vast expanse of shimmering turquoise... the Lunar Sea.
You are now inside the most enormous cavern ever, which has SEVEN distinct moonzone environments, each with their own unique species of flora and fauna...