Orbit it!

Orbit it!

Welcome to Orbit it! – another free Android game that we will get to discuss here.

The app can be easily put in the list that contains some very simple Google Play games. The main idea behind this application is to navigate two flying boxes through an endless “pipe” but there’s a complication – you must avoid the red-colored boxes in the form of circles that you will encounter while flying. Fortunately (and quite logically) the game will leave two open spots for your boxes to fly through but then again you will have to orient them in the correct way by tapping on the display of your Android device – tap left to go counter-clockwise and tap right to rotate your boxes clock-wise. Hitting the red boxes means an end to the game, so you must avoid them at all costs. A nice touch is that there are two modes to play – the first one is called Racing and here all you have to do is match the two empty spots to pass through the circle of red boxes. The second mode is harder – it is called Puzzle mode and here more red boxes are missing but only one combination will allow you to pass through. So here you need quick thinking next to quick fingers in order to survive… for a while!

This is what the game offers as gameplay. The rest is graphics and sound and here your eyes will be treated with 3D graphics and futuristic sound. You should have a powerful 3D chip, though, since you might experience some choppiness when passing through the red circles and this is never nice but apart from this we have no complaints.

Orbit it! is a nice game for people who want to play a simple Android game and have some fun. The app does not offer tons of options or features but we cannot be unhappy here as it has everything you need to experience some quality time.

Orbit it! is here on Google Play.

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