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Reviews for "0RBITALIS"

Pretty desolate without any music. It's nice for atmosphere, but in a puzzle game atmosphere lasts for about as long as the first two levels.

Best Game i have played in a while very nice work. absolutely flawless fun.

This is awsome, excactly what I expect from a gravity game. This is probably the best of them.
So pleeeease - make more levels :) (But maybe not in the fashion of "Gamma Polaris" - I understand the last level needed to be hard, but it was more of a dull trying to hit a perfect angle)

AlanZucconi responds:

I am hehe! :p So far I'm working on a bunch of new elements, including comets and pulsars! :p Ohh... EVIL PULSARS! :D

I am a sucker for these gravity games, and when I liked on I even kind of though "Oh here goes just another one of these." Your's was one of the best and it did bring some aspects that were new (to me) and in any case it was just well done and enjoyable. I only wish there was a way to play more.

AlanZucconi responds:

Thank you! The game was made for Ludum Dare, so this is what I could put together in 48 hours. :)
I am working on new contents and features, don't worry! :D

Nice game, although I wish it would make it more obvious when you loop. As is, once you beat the final level (Gamma Polaris) it just instantly starts over. Also, for those of you who can't figure it out.... remember, you don't need a sustainable orbit. Just to stay in long enough to "gather the data." There are two ways to do this. Launch yourself in such a way as you get pingpong balled between both "antimatter" stars and they keep bouncing you in front of the other one, or just launching yourself in such a way you have such a low exit speed that you stay in the area long enough to win.