"Nice crater! All that training really payed off." You really have to rate this game differently than you would for others. And that's by judging how accurate the port is when compared to its source material, the Windows 3.1 game. It's just like I remember it being, thanks to having the source code, complete with the comments after landing/crashing. It may be easier to use a PC keyboard for this game, but the touch screen controls work well enough to enjoy the experience. I can't rate this any lower, because it's as good as it gets. Great work!
Dull Not very replayable. Controls don't respond. Might be a multitouch problem. There's no multitude so you can't side and up thrust at the same time. Variable throttle would be good.
Ugh! Bad controls. No way to always restart if you crash and don't push OK, New, or Restart.
Fun, somewhat tedious As other reviews state it's a great port of the classic game. There are options to change gravity, thrust, and fuel settings as well. Worth playing with. To the developer, my only real complaint is having to lift my finger from one button to another. I find myself crashing most often because I don't lift my finger enough between inputs. I can think of 2 solutions 1 increase the size of the buttons by about 70%, or 2 allow the player to drag their finger across buttons eliminating the need to lift finger.
Great Memories, Still Fun to Play A fun little Lunar lander game (or Mars lander, depending on your own imagination). Tricky to get this module down safely though! Thanks for the freebie, Pilot_51!
Too sensetive I like the atari version but even with perfectly slow landings and no sideways movement I still blow up. I think the ship smashes every time regardless of use.
-Fix crash when opening Options or exiting in Android 4.0.3 & 4.1.
-Fix crash when hiding Action Bar on tablets.
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