- This article is about the forty-second Yeah Jam Fury level. For the fortieth Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody! level, see Space Jam (Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!).
Yeah standing at the start of the level.
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This level is unique among every other level in the game in that it features a unique theme: Space. There is no gravity to automatically move the player downwards, allowing the player to be suspended with no vertical momentum. Vertical momentum can be gained by jumping, placing Yellow Blocks with Yeah, boosting with Jam, or walking with Fury, and it will be kept until the player stops against a block overhead.
The layout of the level consists of blocks scattered across it, including several collections of Yellow Blocks representing stars and Lead Blocks in the shape of a satellite. Most notable is a collection of Yellow and Lead Blocks in the upper-left corner in the shape of a crescent moon, nicknamed "Mr. Moon". The player starts on top of a satellite in the lower-right corner. They must reach the upper-right corner of the level, where the mango is surrounded by several Lead Blocks, and traverse through these blocks to obtain it. While this part of the level can be reached fairly easily, the player can also explore the level to find more Yellow Blocks they can then use to travel across it.
- This level was remade to be the fortieth level of the game's follow-up, Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!. The remade level is almost identical in both name and design to the original.
- Beating this level unlocks the Jordan Be Proud trochieval.
- Destroying all of Mr. Moon's Yellow Blocks unlocks the Spring and a Storm trochieval.
- The name of this trochieval is a reference to a song of the same name by Tally Hall, in which Mr. Moon is the name of one of the characters.
- The name of this level and the Jordan Be Proud trochieval are references to the 1996 film Space Jam, where Michael Jordan is the main star.