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Find your path! Simple to play. Difficult to master. Immerse yourself in a tranquil, one finger, gravity puzzler set in a minimalist interstellar universe with original ambient music.<br><br>Inspired by the Juno probe and its mission to Jupiter. Pass your probe safely through planetary orbits as you explore the far reaches of space. Avoid planets and stars as you use gravity, wormholes, space-time and more to safely move from world to world.<br><br>From the creators of the hit game Word Hack!<br><br>Features:<br>- 30 replayable levels<br>- Fun gravity and physics effects<br>- Immersive design and lighting<br>- Original music compositions (headphones suggested)<br>- Achievements and leaderboards<br>- Use hints or skip challenging levels<br>- Play entirely for FREE or pay to accelerate your progress; your choice<br><br>We want you to love Orbit Path! Please send us your feedback from the Credits screen, or write us an awesome App Store review :).
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Reminds me of the 321 penguins game that used to be out there somewhere. However today for whatever reason the ability to watch a video and get your probe charged up again seems to have disappeared. It never loads a video but then the screen is unresponsive except for the back button. Same with watching a video to get a hint. There also needs to be a way for you to lock in your probe trajectory before you release your finger , (and also unlock it in order to change it again if necessary) such as a second button that you must press with your other hand to lock it in and then another button you press to launch. The reason is that often when you are releasing your finger you change the trajectory. Another bug that needs to be fixed is that when you are playing and messages come in so the banner ad comes across the top of your screen, The game still registers your finger on the launcher so no matter how long that alert stays on your screen you can't really move until it disappears or you lose the shot. Kind of annoying. Not sure how they could work around this except maybe the secondary lock and launch button that I suggested above might mitigate this problem.
Great game. It's challenging and takes great skill, especially with the higher levels. I don't understand why the developers want to drive you away after 15 tries though. I would think they would want you to spend as much time playing their game as possible. Instead, you run out of energy and have to go find something else to play until it recharges. Seems to be a poor business strategy. Other than that, it's a great game!
I love this game. I love the physics involved in this game. The challenges that each solar system offers. Great job done to the person / people who wrote this game!
This is really fun and super hard and I love it. However, it makes me go through the opening introduction every time I open the App. When I hit the "Skip" button it does not skip it just continues the introduction. I like games so I can play between customers or tasks, and a long introduction to open each time hinders that. I think it's just a bug, I hope it gets fixed soon or that I'm doing something wrong?
Even in the first screens where you have a path to follow, you can't set the trajectory when 1) you have fat fingers and have to pull back .1" to set the velocity and 2) it doesn't actually even follow the path when you perfectly let go - you can see it instantly isn't on the right path.
Developed by Blue Label Labs.
Orbit Path - Space Physics Game is ranking in Games & Education & Puzzle & Casual
Last update was at Apr 06, 2017and the current version is 1.1.0.
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Orbit Path - Space Physics Game have a 53a user reviews.
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