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triXium project

By Alexandre Minard

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.

Description

triXium project is the first real 3D game for your Apple Watch.

You are the pilot of a spaceship, your goal is to complete 120 missions in which you have to memorize a sequence of space diamonds to collect and to avoid meteorites.

Mission after mission, you will upgrade your spaceship and you will complete challenges.
There are also bosses to fight...

But will you unlock the caravan stage? That's the question...
Only the best pilots will succeed!!!

What's New in Version 1.1

Improve gameplay

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Customer Reviews

Boring, Confusing, Expensive

The game doesn't have an obvious control scheme. When you tap on the screen the spaceship rarely moves in the direction you intended. The targets arrive on screen faster than you can even remotely get the spaceship to move. Sometimes if you're near a ball you'll get it, sometimes you won't. It's a toss up.

I opened the companion app on my iPhone and got a little excited.. Cool music and a wicked tunnel effect video were playing, but once the app installed on my watch everything took a turn for the worst.
The font in-game very small and difficult to read. To start playing it requires 4-5 taps on small menu buttons that are not obvious shaped easy to confirm a direct press either. It's not a very inviting experience to say the least.

A positive is that the graphics are not terrible, and the presentation is (while hard to use), very cohesive.