iPad Pangea's Antimatter Out

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  1. jborislow

    jborislow Well-Known Member

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  2. Mew2468

    Mew2468 Well-Known Member

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    I bought it...I've been waiting :).

    It's quite fun. You control a dot (antimatter), and try to turn all of the "Cosmic Strings" blue (by bumping into them) in the allotted time.

    I say it's worth $1!
     
  3. jborislow

    jborislow Well-Known Member

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    Yeah... I just bought it also... definitely worth a dollar although the dot thing is sometimes a bit hard to control and once those strings get to be really small it doesn't really matter how much time you have because I couldn't tell which ones were already bumped into...
     
  4. Mr. Charley

    Mr. Charley Well-Known Member

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    Is that all there is to do? Sounds like it would get boring fast no?
     
  5. jborislow

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    There are powerups... but yeah... don't expect to be playing this for more than 10 minutes at a time...
     
  6. BulletDev

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    I'm sure Pangea made sure it wasn't as boring as Billy Frontier. After all, this one is not a port, it is their first original iPhone title.
     
  7. superbad

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    are there levels or is this like kitten jump or scoops where you just try and beat high scores..
     
  8. BulletDev

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    #8 BulletDev, Nov 30, 2008
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    It's a lot of fun. I would download it now before the price goes up (and then down, and then up, and then down...)
     
  9. SydneyS

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    First impressions: I bought it and the little ball is super hard to control. I think that's on purpose to make it interesting, but the gameplay itself is not my cup of tea.
    It's a simple game that's not too bad but I predict that it won't survive my next app purge. I'm worried about replayability when the novelty runs out.
     
  10. tangerine

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    The novelty ran out before the tutorial ended.
     
  11. Flunkie

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    So I just bought it.

    It's basically one of those games that you play for 5 minutes and don't ever play again.
     
  12. SydneyS

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    I usually am not one to dislike games, but I kind of agree. I'm not very impressed. For .99 it's not bad, but any higher and I would feel as though I were not getting my money's worth.
     
  13. Everydaynormalguy

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    Looks like you guys just saved me a dollar...
     
  14. Mandi

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    Boy I gotta disagree.... this is quite fun. It's a clever little time-waster. very nice graphics and physics, and very challenging without being frusterating.
     
  15. jborislow

    jborislow Well-Known Member

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    I'm already a bit bored by it... I can see myself maybe playing it about an hour total over 5 sessions and then probably never playing it again...
     
  16. Porsupah

    Porsupah Well-Known Member

    Easily worth a dollar. The gameplay, distilled, is very simple, but that can be said of many games. Beautifully executed, no question - it'd make a brilliant music visualiser - and attention to the music and sound effects elevates the sense of urgency in the gameplay.
     
  17. Chiller ONE

    Chiller ONE Well-Known Member

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    Same here.
     
  18. bjornkeizers

    bjornkeizers Well-Known Member

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    It's OK. Once you get past the first ten levels or so, you'll figure out the controls. That's also where the good bonuses and 'black holes' start to pop up.

    I wouldn't have bought it at $5, but at $1 it's fun enough.
     
  19. J.R. Jalapeno

    J.R. Jalapeno Well-Known Member

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    I agree. its fun for a buck. Im on level 12 right now and I didnt like the game at first but once you learn that if you stop moving, you wont be constantly changing the "lines" from blue to red to blue to..... it gets better and the strategy gets more interesting.
     
  20. parranoya

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    #20 parranoya, Nov 30, 2008
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    I agreed ---worth a dollar but stay away if the price goes up....Played it 2x and I will sync the touch ---to back it up---then remove it from my little unit ---like a wart.
     

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