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Sagittarius: 2172

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Feb 25, 2009 | 5:38 AM EST

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Sagittarius: 2172 is a real-time puzzle/space strategy game. Instead of using classic color tetris rules, ¬ęSagittarius: 2172¬Ľ revolves around a spaceship, which can be upgraded and can seriously change course of game. Players can focus on construction, research or acquisition of resources. Players also can use special abilities, such as time control or missile attack to facilitate game.


"Left arrow" or "A" - move figure left;
"Right arrow" or "D" - move figure right;
"Up arrow" or "W" - swap blocks;
"Down arrow" or "S" - move figure down;

"Esc" - pause (during game is paused you can build and upgrade modules of mothership);

"Space", "Ins" - drop figure;

"1", "2", "3", "4" - use abilities;



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Overall really nice.

And while I agree with the thoughts of all the other reviews, I did come across one little problem. After getting the research lab I got the time stop power. And it never turned off. After placing my current blocks the play area went a few shades darker and I couldn't do anything.

I waited a full five minutes and nothing happened. I don't know if it was just a one time glitch, (I haven't played again just yet), but it is something that you may want to look at just in case.

episodeent responds:

The bug with pause and Time control has been fixed. Thank you for your feedbacks!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice graphics and concept. Gets a bit tedious after a while. Once you invest heavily in mines, the blocks become more manageable. Time warping didn't seem to make that big of a difference, since the speed increased so much each level. The pause can be abused to stop, see where you want to put a block, then unpause and place. I wish I could target which block the cannon takes out. Also wish there was a noise or something to let me know my mines are in fact working. (EG: a boom noise before a piece shows up to signify mines tweaked it down some). Overall nice, but there's just so much you can do until it gets tedious. I hit level 22 until I got bored, and I was able to keep the board pretty cleared out with cannon/missle/proper placement. I'm pretty sure I could have made it to level 30 w/o issue. After 30, I probably would have gotten overwhelmed with high speed increases, even with cannon/missles/mines.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice game

Only it a bit strange and too familliar.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Great new twist on an old classic genre, combining elements of Dr. Mario, link, etc etc

I liked the new plot revolving around the space concept, as well as the extras. Adds a lot more dimension and flavor to the game.

Well done, this should make front page at the least.

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