Got same bug as MasterMerc (suicide bomber at start) 2 times.
Also one thing which bugged me, was the repetition sidewards.
As soon as you recognize it and you get a good bonus constelation, you can win the game easily,
instead you could make it more random or let the doubled bonus left and right also vanish, if you catch one.
Third thing to mention was the high flipping rate at collisions, which made armor and defense upgrade at the beginning nearly worthless, cause one hit means death by uncontrollable fall.
But all in all relaxed and nice game, I liked to play.
The score fails, although the game is pretty good i expected more of an ending! Now it's just:you landed on the moon in 31 days. I want an ending! A good one! Like: Finally, my dream came true! sort of that.
extremely addictive game although it is far from original
I just save some lives and a few billion dollars by writing a letter to NASA, letting them know that if their rocket so much as touches a hot-air balloon, it could go into a death spiral.
Sorry mate, the physics in this game ruins it for me. Having a more powerful engine doesn't help much either; just makes you spin faster.
I have to give some credit to the overall presentation of this game, but it's difficult not to compare it to others that came before it.
Fun game, though as others have pointed out it gets a bit too repetitive. I'm also not sure about the controls--am i not getting something or is it impossible to actually ''control'' the rocket? I focused on upgrading the wings since they supposedly gave me ''better control'', but any time i try to turn left or right my rocket just flips on itself and crashes. What's up with that? It didn't leave me with much to do--just upgrade and let it fly.