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Lumiappaday #65: Clash of the Planets demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800

| January 19, 2012 | 1 Reply

Simple yet brilliantly addicting game. Clash of the planets is kinda like a logic/puzzle type game in a sense that you have to have a strategy of how you’re going to invade the other planets.

The game play is actually very simple. Just send over some troops from your planet to the enemy/empty planet. Your units take out their units, cancelling them out and if you bring it down to zero and send in 1 or more troops, you take over that planet. Every time you send troops over, they will of course deplete what you have in that planet. Over time it will increase gradually but be careful that the enemy does not take control of your planet.

It sounds easy but it gets harder as you progress through the levels, you might end up highly disadvantaged having a small planet with few troops against one with many or have multiple planets attacking your single planet. The game is free and it’s well worth a go.

#65) Clash of the Planets

Price: Free or £0.79

Link (Free): http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/ade4bc9b-b226-49b1-8e9f-94dee16a4fde

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Link (Paid):  http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/9b401eb2-1c3d-4986-8002-f49a27d222f2

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBwgILjmntw

 

 

Developer Blurb:

Battle to capture all planets in each galaxy, and rule all galaxies in this sci-fi strategy game.

Use your finger to guide your planets to capture all opposite planets in 15 galaxies.

 

Instruction:

To attack, drag the arrow from a green planet to an opposite planet.

To occupy a planet, you have to eliminate all enemy troops on that planet, the occupied planet will turn green.

To win a level, you must occupy all opposite planets.

 

Release notes:

1.0 — Initial release

1.1 — Add the “missing” instruction

1.2 — Reduce the difficulties of some levels

1.5 — Offer both Ad and Ad-free versions, and provide an option to purchase the Ad-free game in Ad version.

 

Rating:

Design: 8

Usability: 9

Performance: 10

Price: 10


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Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, Video, Windows Phone

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