by: Little Eyes LLC • 288
Splitting, combining, and exploding planets in Eliss Infinity feels rather like playing God with gobs of loose, reactive elements immediately post-Big Bang. The aim each time is to lead a planets of the right size of the right color to its awaiting portal, which you've got to manage without touching any other planets and before the portal blows itself apart.
Sounds potentially confusing, but isn't, thanks to a step-by-step, wordless tutorial quickly giving you the run-down of the tricks in your bag. That's not to say it's easy: quite the opposite. Eliss Infinity is chaotic and frenetic, the blooming planets quickly becoming out of control without constant, accurate attention. The 25 levels in the original mode will keep you manipulating spheres for ages. There's also an infinite mode (of course), plus a Spacebox mode wherein you can play around with the elements without losing (a great option for tinkerers and children alike).
The blips of music are the ideal accompaniment to the minimalist graphics. There's nothing not to love about Eliss Infinity.
by Janel , Appszoom
Jul 01, 2014