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Color comets

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rated 2.73 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Skill - Toss
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color
rocket
comet
unity

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Jul 24, 2014 | 1:18 AM EDT

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How to play:
Drag and drop the rockets so they hit the comets of the same color.
Press escape to go back.

SAVE THE WORLD FROM THE INCOMING COMETS
Colored space rocks approach the earth and you must protect us from them! Use the rockets to destroy the comets of the same color.

DON'T LET THEM DESTROY YOUR SHIELD
Each comet that hits your shield sightly weakens it. A few hits and the game is over!

Reviews


dlarocque91dlarocque91

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

its nice to see the star go up high at gameover. maybe a little more refinement with the overlapping of rockets or something down there. things are blocking my view when the comets come down low


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F-86F-86

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not much here, but a good time killer. It certainly kept me on my toes in some spots.


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BarzonaBarzona

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's not bad at all. Would like to see it taken a step farther, maybe with the inclusion of powerups or something.

I also could not find instructions anywhere. Wasn't too hard to figure out, but then it shouldn't be too hard to explain with a couple sentences.

One last thing, when I selected the options panel (the gear button), there doesn't seem to be a way back to the main menu to play. Just the two sound buttons, the selling it, and the language button.

Otherwise, it's slick and pretty well made. Seems much smoother than any flash game I've ever played. Is that what Unity can do?


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elpepiii responds:

Thank you!

I was going to add a lot of more things but at the end I got lazy and decided to just release it. After all, I just made this to learn a few things about android development.

To get back to the menu you have to press the escape key, it makes sence on android haha.

Thanks again, and it doesn't even get close to what unity can do.