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Oct 11, 2012 | 6:38 PM EDT

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SBACE is a retro VHS inspired space defence game, where instead of controlling guns or ships you control an asteroid field with your mouse.

Click or hold your mouse to create a gravity well and bend the forces of space to your will! Smash incoming opponents to pieces using your rocks and allow your planetary orb to grow and expand.

Some enemies may be difficult to destroy. Just remember that mass and velocity are your greatest weapons.

Reviews


gowalmartgowalmart

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2013

i like the ball but not the game if you get me. keep the ball and little orbiting things and put them i a game where build them up and the attak other ball things or something diffent from that.

and on the game itself. it kida needed to be able zoom in and out and it need upgrades that you could buy



MadbadgerMadbadger

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 13, 2012

The whole grainy VHS is a bit off puttin... nice effect... those yellow blobs are hadto kill.. like you have to go awa then fly the rockshardat them. could have been better. maybe back to the drawning board? make the planet smaller s it's a bit easier as well.



bdunbdun

Rated 1 / 5 stars October 12, 2012

Maybe my comp is a POS, but I couldn't see the enemies until it was too late to late to do anything about them.



NarutoInoFan1992NarutoInoFan1992

Rated 2 / 5 stars October 12, 2012

i really didn't like this that much it was a game that i just could not find that fun the idea is ok but the way you have it done i just don't like i'm more into level up kind of games or run into smaller rock and grow kind of game the look kind of give an VHS feel i didn't like half the time it take my eyes off the game for 2-3secs and i lost some Hp or whatever

game was a miss for me it had a good idea so 2 stars


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DigitalStripDigitalStrip

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2012

This was cool. reminds me of Tetraform for some reason