The original M0ire defined an entire Mac generation. This brings me back to my sometime youth, when I chose Mac over PC as my personal platform, before I'd purchased my first share of Apple stock. Bravo!
Add to that the fact the developer took the trouble to get the blessing of the original authour even though his was a black-box re-implementation.
Minus a fraction of a decimal point for the normalised name: M0ire, not Moire.
Compared to such modern things as G-Force there really is no comparison. That's not the point. For preserving of one of the primaeval beauties of the Macintosh platform, 9.99 out of 10.