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Price: Free

Rating: 3.43/5 (544 votes)

Description

In this simple indie physics game based on gravity you collect points in a space themed environment by tapping near the protagonist to attract it. Inspired from classic game snake with addition of gravity. It uses the open source game libraries libgdx and box2d.

FEATURES:* Addictive gameplay with realistic physics.* Different enemies and power ups* Maintains both LOCAL and GLOBAL SCORES.* Share your best scores with friends in FACEBOOK,TWITTER

Credits:* libgdx* box2d

Video attached is older gameplay video.

You have to guide the Neon mothership by tapping near it to attract and control. But be careful not to tap on it.

Collect stars for points and avoid the enemies.

Break your best scores and compete with players globally.

Please leave your comments/criticism in your reviews or mail in to us atsupport@rotatingcanvas.com if you experience any issues

Fun for play by both children and adults.

Note : this game uses leadbolt and admob ads.

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Permissions: The permissions are required by the libraries that are being used for ads and for Scoreloop, used to maintain global leaderboard. It also collects anonymous usage information for the purpose of improving the software. No personally identifiable information is collected.

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