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Submitted by joebrown 811d ago | review

GNT Review: Space Op

GNT: Other than the popular iOS game Osmos, it’s really hard to point out interesting space themed puzzle games, but that is about to change. Space Op is a puzzle game developed by Alawar Entertainment, Inc. The game focuses on using different touch movements to move what appears to be a spaceship and capture floating energy orbs from a star. Space Op features stunning galactic environments where players can even pinch to zoom the screen for better viewing. The game features 4 types of different controls: tap to direct, dragging, tilting the device or using a circular pad to control the spaceship. Its levels feature gravity as a gameplay mechanic where if the ship is close to a star it will become attracted to it and crash. It seems hard to control at first but once players get used to using their control of preference, things will change. (iPad, iPhone, Tag Invalid) 3/5

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