Ordia - One finger platformer

In-app purchases
4.2
2.3K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Ordia is a one-finger platformer where you play as a new life form taking its first leaps into a strange and hazardous world.

Play the beginning levels for free as a demo. In-app purchase required to unlock the full game

Jump, bounce, stick and slide your way through rich and vibrant environments. Guiding each creature to safety in a primordial world packed with various perils, challenges and surprises!

With 30 levels to complete, plus extra challenge modes, bonus levels and achievements to unlock Ordia is a unique and challenging game with hours of gameplay.

Features
- Simple one-finger controls
- 30 levels set across 3 worlds
- Action packed platformer
- Extra challenge modes for each level
- Bonus levels and achievements to unlock

Winner in the 2019 Google Indie Contest! 🏆

"All in all, Ordia is a hell of a game. It’s absolutely gorgeous, the animations are buttery smooth, and the sound effects and haptic feedback are incredibly satisfying" - TouchArcade

"Ordia is a truly special platformer that knows exactly what it’s supposed to be" - 148Apps

"A perfectly put together package for both casual platformer fans and enthusiasts alike" - AppSpy
Updated on
Oct 28, 2021

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.2
2.3K reviews
A Google user
February 7, 2020
I would give this game at least 4 stars, but i can't. The gameplay is smooth and the style is pretty and unique! I would have loved to see how good it could get, but after 4 levels it makes you pay for the rest of the game. Its advertised as a free game, but it's a trick to get people to download and then pay. Microtransactions wouldn't have been an issue, but this is strait up just letting you play the tutorial for free.
24 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 14, 2020
I was excited for a game that looked like it actually had some effort put in at first. I'd be fine with paying the 3.99 if I knew what I was buying, but as far as I know, the game could completely stop changing after level 4, and what I have seen so far, while polished, does not look like something I'd drop $4 for. Fun, interesting, but the game feels a bit shallow. What are the yellow bits for? When do I get to do something cool other than move around? I expect it to get stale quickly.
12 people found this review helpful
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Loju
January 14, 2020
Hey! The game continues to develop beyond the demo levels, with new elements and mechanics being added throughout. The yellow ords are used to unlock bonus levels (9 in total). If you'd like to continue with it you can always refund your purchase through Google Play within 48hrs, but regardless thanks for trying Ordia.
Ben L
September 10, 2021
This game is exactly what I need. The graphics are fun, and it's so chill. When I make a mistake and die, I laugh instead of getting frustrated - isn't that what a game should do to pass the time on your commute? Because of the cuteness of each level, great and chill graphics, and the moments of problem solving to complete the level, I decided to purchase the game. I've never purchased a phone game before, and I'm glad I invested in this one
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