3d Maze In Space

3d Maze In Space

I have played just 11 minutes of this game thus far and I am quite impressed. I like puzzle games and this is certainly a puzzle. For just 79p it is a bargain. Yes, it is repetitive, but so are traditional mazes. If you like to do a maze and want a new challenge then this is the game for you. If you are not into puzzle games then look elsewhere!

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Would I recommend the game? No, honestly not. What I’ve been given is more annoying than cool. Luckily, everything that’s irritating is something that the developer can fix in future games. Before I talk about the issues, I wanted to talk about what I liked about the game.

The music is the immediate highlight, it’s really comforting and definitely works in the context of the game. The backgrounds are all really lovely and excellently drawn I’m not sure if these things were made by the developer or not but if they were, great job. Also the story is interesting, even if it’s communication could be way better.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

3d Maze In Space on Steam

Rocket Shipment

Rocket Shipment

It’s a good game which I’m happy to have bought.

It’s all about mastering the physics of your spaceship while also managing the momentum + angular velocity of objects that you’re tasked with towing to a designated area. Sounds simple, and it is, but there’s a lot of fun in getting good at the mechanics and trying to beat levels with the shortest time / highest score / without dying. By default, though, you get 5 lives per level which makes it pretty reasonable to complete everything if your goal is to get through the game.

Real player with 23.1 hrs in game

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Rocket Shipment is relatively simple, and yet pleasantly addicting. I’ve also not seen any other games quite like it on Steam.

The goal is to fly your ship around inside of a cavernous asteroid and move cargo to a landing zone. Sometimes you have to move multiple cargo, each to a specific destination indicated by the color of the cargo and the flags around the landing zones. You start by navigating your ship close to a cargo container, and when you are close enough the container turns green to indicate that you can grab it by deploying your cable. They you must then tow the cargo to its destination. After you drop the cargo on the landing zone (and the cargo is confirmed to be “delivered”), you must land your ship on the grey landing zone.

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Rocket Shipment on Steam