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Build rockets, launch satellites, create a space station!
Do you want to build and fly your own space rockets?
Of course you do!
Are you a billionaire?
No...that makes it tricky.
Fortunately, there is a way for us non-billionaires to run our own space programme...Space Agency!
* Build rockets
* Launch satellites
* Create a space station
* Explore the solar system
This is a highly challenging and complex game. Only the most talented astronauts should attempt it.
Have you got the right stuff?
What's New in Version 1.6.1
This game is extremely terrible. It's a boring and money laundering game. So first off, the game is 2 dollars, which is absolutely ridiculous. This game is not AT ALL worth 2 dollars. It SHOULD BE FREE. But, the developer(s) are greedy and think their game is good. Like I said earlier, it's 2 dollars. On top of that, when you want to play in sandbox mode you still have to unlock most of the parts in career mode, unless you want to pay 5 DOLLARS to UNLOCK the parts in SANDBOX MODE!
If you're in sandbox mode you shouldn't have to unlock the parts. THATS WHY IT'S CALLED SANDBOX MODE!!!
DO NOT BUY THIS GAME! it may seem cool, but all it wants is your money. Unless you have AT LEAST 7 dollars, don't buy this game! And last but not least, after you run out of quick-launches, you have to either pay 1 dollar to unlock 10 quick-launches or launch TEN rockets normally to unlock 1 quick-launch! Do not buy this game
I love this game, but it needs some work to it, for instance, the mechanics with the docking needs to be fixed, and there are several glitches where you can close out of the game after you launch an ATV into space and close the app, than go back and there will be like 3 of them in space. But also, that teaser with the space shuttle, that was just plain mean guys,☹️ I was so happy for there to finally be a space shuttle, PLEASE ADD SOON
Looks like a physics sim; isn't
It looks like a rocket simulator—like Kerbal Space Program or Simple Rockets. Midway through the tutorial, it tells you that orbital velocity is not linked to orbital altitude. Let me unpack that: in a real rocket orbiting a planet, to get higher up you thrust forward, so you're going faster. Your altitude rises smoothly throughout the process. If you point upwards and thrust, you'll end up in a steeply elliptic orbit.
This looks like a game that teaches good intuition about physics and mechanics through play. It's not—or at least, not for any physical laws you'll ever see in real life. Please don't give your kids this; get Simple Rockets or KSP on a computer.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 30, 2017
- Version: 1.6.1
- Size: 32.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Andrew Barry
- © 2012 Nooleus Software
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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