It's weird... And great! The controls feel really weird at first since shooters like this usually stick a ship out in front of your thumb, but it's a really cool idea and works really well. Definitely want to see updates... This has untapped potential.
Sweet I'm really picky about touch controls, this game does it right. The gameplay is pretty simple, but looks smooth and clean and easy to understand right away. Plus the nature of the thumb controls introduces some limitations that are interesting rather than frustrating (like how you can shoot straight down, but it's easier to quickly maneuver your ship-thumb to aim at what is below you). Overall, a pretty sweet take on traditional space-shooters using a touch screen.
THIS is how you do touch controls! Instead of just adding a digital pad or making you drag an object, having your hand limit its visibility, your finger is the ship and your finger is what has to avoid all the obstacles and enemy fire. Brilliant idea and excellent execution. Just when i thought touch-based gaming had hit a wall and got stuck in a rut, i find this game. if i were to make a suggestion, it'd be nice to see more colors, at the very least to differentiate enemies from asteroids. That's about it. Great job, devs.
Difficult yet Amazing and Fun This game is addictive and fun. From the start this game provides a challenge. It can be frustrating at times but once u overcome the obstacle you get a feeling of accomplishment. Not a lot of games like this out there.
Meh Ok don't like it that you can't really tell what's going on of you either have a small screen or big hands, your screwed if you have both! No power ups, that would make it feel more old school
Not for me Its too difficult to distinguish what is the enemy, what is stuff you can pick up like weapons etc, and what is background as for some unknown STUPID reason its all black and white! What a stupid idea! Still, it was fun for 30 seconds.
● Fixed minor graphics bug on enemy death
● The screen orientation can now be inverted by turning the phone
● Added Olcay Gündogdu to the Credits
● Credits are now scrollable