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OUT OF THIS WORLD!

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rated 2.73 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Skill - Collect
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space
star
hole
messages

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Mar 4, 2017 | 8:36 PM EST

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Out of this world, is a brand new concept of mine and is a whole new kind of adventure! Play as a star, avoid black holes, collect hydrogen and explore the messages. As of right now there are only 103 possible endings.

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applewhite3applewhite3

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I agree with others saying there is room for improvement, but I found it simple and plenty enjoyable. Obviously there is a lack of visual style, but for me it would just be better if the game got more challenging. You could try adding more black holes as the player progresses, and maybe they start off slow and get faster, etc. I also think that with black holes you have an opportunity to make gravity a factor. Perhaps there can be big, slow moving holes that you have to struggle to move against, and little holes that exert little pull but move very rapidly and erratically. Still, I enjoy this and find it has replay value as is. Good effort!



rosemaryebrosemaryeb

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Sooubway? You an odd1sout fan? The game is simple and could use improvement at first I didn't know how to play it should have an ending and/or its hard to get to awards wold be nice and maybe some sound fx.



Cranium80Cranium80

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Lots of areas for improvement. Thing such as music, medals, INSTRUCTIONS, sound fx, a running tally of the collected endings, etc....


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bob11366528bob11366528

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Barely even a game. Hitboxes aren't built right. Gameplay is nearly non-existent


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WQYeoWQYeo

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

No instructions on how to play.
What am I really suppose to do?
Game title, game description and gameplay itself all kind of contradicts without a decent storyline.


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BlueBalloonNetwork responds:

Thank you! I'll start developing a menu screen next.