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Mar 16, 2012 | 7:32 PM EDT
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One step at a time, your space program is taking off. Use the money earned from each launch to upgrade your rocket. Grab all the powerups and fuel you can while heading for the stratosphere. Avoid colliding with blimps, balloons and UFOs - they hurt! How fast can you get to the moon?

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BluntbowsBluntbows

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun little game.
Upgrades make any game better :D.



DarthGorbagDarthGorbag

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This game is EXACTLY the same as "IntoSpace!" (which I played on ArmorGames, not sure yet if it's on NG too), except for 4 differences.
The graphics on this are a little nicer, but it doesn't have Achievements, and the steering is a little harder to control (the power-ups are rather hard to catch; you have to hit them precisely, and with the hull of the ship not the wings/fins, so even if you cut engines and dance back & forth around a single power-up you still might not catch it). Also this seems to lack a savegame feature. So for those reasons I like "IntoSpace!" better, but this one is still fun too.

BTW (I wonder if both games were made by the same author, or if one is a ripoff of the other?)



thatguy8922thatguy8922

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Was a fun little waste of time, but rather annoying occasionally. For instance, the aforementioned bouncing off of things that would jump into your way. I'm also still trying to figure out how I keep running into wind problems in the vacuum of space. Otherwise, it was okay, but nowhere near the caliber of some other games in the genre


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BattlezBattlez

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Whats with the $7500 Upgrade???



conorcconorc

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It was great up until a couple engine upgrades in. Your gravity is just so wonky that if you hit anything at all its only through quite a bit of luck that you can recover. It isn't really original but its still one of my favorite types of games. Just crank back the gravity and give momentum a little more oomph, and you've got it!


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