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Submitted by Cyrus365 1881d ago | review

Kotaku Kometen Review: Languid Pools of Gravity

Kotaku writes: "A comet has been born, please take good care of it.

That's the premise for this interesting, artistic iTunes game. You explore a universe of watercolor planets with a space-debris eating comet by swiping and dancing between pools of gravity. There's no story, no levels. It's pretty straightforward. It's hardly a game. Is it worth the $3 price?" (iPhone, Languid Pools of Gravity) -

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