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Epic Gravity: Episode 1

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    Pilot your space ship and save the population of earth from killer asteroids. Learn to orbit the earth and take out threatening asteroids orbiting around the earth. This is a realistic gravity physics 2D top-down space simulator in the spirit of the Asteroids and Space War arcade games.

    Inertia is not a problem so super-luminal speeds are possible in this game (speed is measured in multiples of C - speed of light). Includes 10 missions where you shoot down asteroids, and fly around the Earth-Moon area saving the human race from extinction. Scores are calculated for each mission and high scores are saved so you can show your friends your hot piloting skills.

    See Episode 2 for the complete inner solar system including the asteroid belts and more original music to accompany the missions.

    Instructions:
    Use the Joystick at the left to steer your ship (touch to set center)
    Use the Thrust button to fire rockets
    Use the Laser button to fire lasers

    Gamepad support included for left analog joystick (direction), A (fire weapon), and B (thrust)

    Use Menu key to pause
    Use Back key to exit

    Tags: 2d rocket orbit game , old space game 2d , orbit simulator game

    Users review

    from 32 reviews

    "Great"

    7.6

    Users comments for Epic Gravity: Episode 1

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Aug 16, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Thinks grait

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Mar 20, 2017  |  "Great"

    It's a great game

    Austin Scott

    by Austin Scott

    Jul 10, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Completely addicted to this game. Fun and challenging!

    Kuramaz Ōtsutsuki

    by Kuramaz Ōtsutsuki

    May 07, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Space shooter , pretty realistic gravity, arcade style.

    Devin Rawlek

    by Devin Rawlek

    Dec 27, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Looking forward to a second episode.

    Quentin Christensen

    by Quentin Christensen

    Oct 25, 2014  |  "Good"

    Ship is too small and hard to see where it's facing