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Mar 21, 2009 | 9:48 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place March 23, 2009

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NOTE: This is the old dumbed down Flash version of Solar 1, the Xbox 360 Indie game that would eventually become Solar 2 for PC. Do NOT judge Solar 2 on this game, there is over 2 years of development time between them.


I took the mechanics and graphics from my Xbox LIVE game and turned it into a different, fun little game that better suits the Flash platform :)

The Xbox version is heaps better though, give the free trial version a try today! (check out my profile for details)

For the Flash version, the goal is simple. Create the largest Solar System you can. Bigger Solar System = More Points. But be careful, things can get chaotic!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Needs work but could be great

Make an unlimited mode, make it so you can make the star different sizes with different gravity for each size(by crashing into gas giants), make black holes and worm holes, make different size planets, and make it so that when meteors or planets hit the star they burn up instead of breaking.

Murudai responds:

All of those things are in the Xbox version :)

And some of those things, like different size planets and different gravity is in the Flash version. You just can't tell the difference


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


this is sooooooo cool (shame its only 4 the eksbawcks)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


That was really fun but (as everyone else has already stated), it needs to be longer and perhaps have more options. Besides that all my 5's R belonging to you :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Original but not that catchy, keep it up, murudai!

Maybe the full version has powerups and some more stuff but IDK.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

quite fun

It functions as a quick time waster but it could be more.

Unlimited mode? Challenges? Please?

It should also be more difficult to get planets into orbit around you, but I understand that the physics would get significantly more complicated if you were to attempt this.

But anyways, if you were to expand on this more it would be a huge hit.

Murudai responds:

Unlimited mode is in the Xbox version.
Challenges is in the Xbox version.

This game was developed for Xbox and this is just a simple Flash port. If you want all the features, you need to get the Xbox version :)