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Feb
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Yeah, high-resolution textures, 3D shaders, dynamic lighting, and all sorts of other stuff are standard in mobile games these days. Infinite is a little bit different, though. This title invites you to journey through a geometric galaxy and build solar systems with dead-simple controls.

Infinite is an arcade-style game with a little dash of physics and a smidgen of style. You have to pick up bits of matter floating around the various stars in your galaxy to build up enough mass to drop a planet. All you have top do is tap and hold to move the matter collector farther out. The planets you create then affect the orbits of everything else in the level, and change the gameplay depending on where you place them. There are also dangerous enemies, black holes, and other not-so-nice stuff to avoid.

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The graphics are simple, but very clean and colorful. There is also a great ambient soundtrack to jam to. This game starts out slow, but becomes a real challenge. Infinite is selling for $0.99 in the Play Store.

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

  • power_pizza

    Made by Nexus Game Studio. Any connection to Google or just a coincidence?

    • Himmat Singh

      No connection at all. The game's been out on iOS for some time now.

  • Paul

    Reminds me of the coolness factor of Osmos. A simple concept, some physics, ambient music, etc.

  • http://twitter.com/robinashe Robin Ashe

    Looks promising. I quite enjoyed Eufloria, and this seems to have more thana few things in common with it.

  • http://twitter.com/NexusGameStudio Nexus Game Studio

    Hey guys, just an update. We've submitted some new versions of infinite that include some great new music as well as some bug fixes to make it an even smoother experience.

    Thanks for the great review! Hope everyone enjoys :)