Space Sweeper

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    Space Sweeper

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    Space Sweeper's review

    Published: 2013-07-25, by Peter Warrior.

    Clean the exosphere in your garbage starship

    • Original premise
    • Obstrusive ads
    • Awkward playability

    "Garbage goes!"

    Space Sweeper lets you ride a garbage starship with a front shield in order to throw all orbital debris to a dumping site. You have to push all the items into a sort of goal without crashing into any wall or against that same garbage. That ship is controlled by a mix of tilting controls and an on-screen joystick, but in practice is quite uncontrollable and what it could be challenging becomes disheartening and annoying, as even the first level can result too difficult.

    It's a space game and that's reflected by a kind of frictionless movement, but there aren't many laws of physics involved at all. It's an original game, but it's hard to get hooked on it unless you are hopeless case of freaky hardcore gamer.

    Ads are shown at the upper right of the screen, and can interfere in the game is garbage ends there.

    Tags: earth from space , junk sweeper , earth in space , what is space sweepers

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Jul 25, 2013


    Around 370,000 pieces of defunct satellite parts, abandoned shuttle parts, and scraps of metal and paint are orbiting Earth. The problem would keep getting worse. Now, it’s our responsibility to clean up the space junk.

    You are required to control a spaceship using G-sensor to push the space junk to make it be collected within specified time. The spaceship rotation can also be controlled by the user interface on the screen. If a piece of junk is collected, you will get one point. Be careful, don’t make the spaceship collide with the wall or the junk, otherwise, the spaceship life-span will be reduced.

    Because of zero gravity in the space, the junk is floating which is different from the way on the earth. Don’t hesitate to download it and play the meaningful game.

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