iPad iStargaze - New Puzzle Game

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  1. pluto6

    pluto6 Well-Known Member

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    #1 pluto6, Jul 15, 2009
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    iStargaze Looks Pretty interesting.

    iStargaze

    iStargaze is a simple but challenging puzzle game in which you, the player, draw connecting lines between stars.
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    iStargaze is a simple but challenging puzzle game in which you, the player, draw connecting lines between stars.

    About the game
    When the required amount of intersecting line connections is made, you advance to the next level.
    * The stars in this game don’t just make lines, but also move, make shapes and scale.
    * In all, there are 80 levels to challenge.

    Control methods
    You need only touch and drag away from a star to create a line.
    Blue, green and yellow stars all create lines however different colored stars have different amounts of lines which can be pulled from them.
    The red star can be moved and repositioned on the screen.
    Various shapes can be pulled forth from the purple star.

    * In the lower portion of the screen there is an undo button. One tap will take you back one move while subsequent taps will take you back even more moves. Tapping the reset button will reset the level for you to begin again.

    Other
    Instructions on how to play are given both during game play and in "instructions" under the main menu.
    As you continue through the levels, the background and effects change.
    All the levels you have completed can be viewed again in the ‘level gallery’ under the main menu.
    Information
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    Genre:Puzzle
    Release:Jul 15, 2009
    Updated:Nov 30, -0001
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    Size:0.0
    TouchArcade Rating:Unrated
    User Rating:Unrated
    Your Rating:unrated
    Compatibility:HD Universal
     
  2. fuiuchi

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    #2 fuiuchi, Jul 21, 2009
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    Cag?

    I hope that was a Battlestar Gallactica reference or I am running and hiding before you all whip me.

    Here's a video of the game in action;

     
  3. zvnthynn

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    quote this message so you'll see how it's done. ;)
     
  4. shawn_10

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    graphics look great :)
     
  5. fuiuchi

    fuiuchi New Member

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    AH! Awesome. Many thanks.

    I see there's a lite version on the App store now too... different levels to the full game. Although, I am still trying to get through it. has anyone finished it yet?
     
  6. MidianGTX

    MidianGTX Well-Known Member

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    Here y'go pluto6:

    [appinfo=all]itms://ax.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=322273252[/appinfo]
     
  7. skyye06

    skyye06 Well-Known Member

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    yours isnt showing up either


    iStargaze

    iStargaze is a simple but challenging puzzle game in which you, the player, draw connecting lines between stars.
    $0.99
    Buy Now
    Media
    Details
    iStargaze is a simple but challenging puzzle game in which you, the player, draw connecting lines between stars.

    About the game
    When the required amount of intersecting line connections is made, you advance to the next level.
    * The stars in this game don’t just make lines, but also move, make shapes and scale.
    * In all, there are 80 levels to challenge.

    Control methods
    You need only touch and drag away from a star to create a line.
    Blue, green and yellow stars all create lines however different colored stars have different amounts of lines which can be pulled from them.
    The red star can be moved and repositioned on the screen.
    Various shapes can be pulled forth from the purple star.

    * In the lower portion of the screen there is an undo button. One tap will take you back one move while subsequent taps will take you back even more moves. Tapping the reset button will reset the level for you to begin again.

    Other
    Instructions on how to play are given both during game play and in "instructions" under the main menu.
    As you continue through the levels, the background and effects change.
    All the levels you have completed can be viewed again in the ‘level gallery’ under the main menu.
    Information
    Seller:
    Genre:Puzzle
    Release:Jul 15, 2009
    Updated:Nov 30, -0001
    Version:
    Size:0.0
    TouchArcade Rating:Unrated
    User Rating:Unrated
    Your Rating:unrated
    Compatibility:HD Universal
     
  8. MidianGTX

    MidianGTX Well-Known Member

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    I know, I didn't want it to show up... I wanted pluto6 to copy/paste it into the original post.
     
  9. skyye06

    skyye06 Well-Known Member

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    well doesnt really matter much
     
  10. eugekava

    eugekava Well-Known Member

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    I bought it. I love games like this. It is similar to Lasers and Laser Puzzle.
    Very beautifully presented game. Worth the $.
     
  11. Squirt Reynolds

    Squirt Reynolds Well-Known Member

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    I just bought this, and for $0.99 it's an absolute steal.

    Beautiful graphics, nice soothing sounds, and the object of the gameplay is simple, yet still quite challenging. All on a great looking slow-moving starry background.

    I think this game definitely deserves some attention, especially for a buck.

    Albie, if you get a chance, I think you should review this game. It definitely deserves a shot at the Albie Meter. Plus, you'll probably enjoy it anyway. :)
     
  12. Mister Mumbles

    Mister Mumbles Well-Known Member

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    Slaving peon.
    Not here; not there; not anywhere!
    I agree. It does feature a very lovely presentation. Seeing as how much thought even the early puzzles from the lite version require, I can only imagine how tough the later puzzles will be.

    Added the game to my lite page of games worthy of purchase... slowing down a bit in my buying of games as I've got plenty to go through already.
     

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