Very difficult, even on a tablet! I have a 10.1" Archos and this would best be played on a PC with a 22"+ screen because of the small details needed to be seen. I finally 'escaped' thru the Evac Door to reach the 'Go Pro' screen. I may or may not. Either way, STILL has great graphics. :)
Irritating This could have been a great game. The graphics were good, that is, those that I actually got to see, but after tapping the hell out of the screen and not getting anywhere, I finally threw in the towel. If it takes using a cheat (YouTube) in order TO START, then what's the point? A game should be intuitive, not this very murky mess.
Looks promising... I didn't know what to do and had been tapping all over the place for 15 minutes, still hadn't gotten anywhere, hello hello! I finally looked at the walkthrough on youtube. My, there's no way I can solve without the walkthrough. I appreciated the trial bcoz I'm not a big fan of timed games. It's unlikely that I'll buy a game that stresses me out. Moreover, scenes change lagged big time and forced close, which wasn't very fair if you were being timed. Still a really cool game with nice graphics!
So much potential...but... Slow responses on HTC Evo 3D. Takes longer to move about than it should, cutting into 'mission time'. Sometimes would like to start a new game over continuing an old one, but no option to do so. Also, no up date for over a year so uncertain if it was worth downloading.
Seems like it coulda been awesome... Prepare to use the help/cheat guide. Normally in games like this the items are more easily visible. It took forever to find all the fuses because they are barely distinguished within the details of the spaceship you are in. And one of them was very stubborn to pick up to the point I gave up on it and retried several times thinking maybe it was not a fuse (it's very tiny) before finally I got it not by tapping but performing a short swipe over it. Prepare to second guess yourself a LOT.
Just poking and poking items over and over I like these type of games.....when they make sense and work. This fails in all aspects.