MagSorb

MagSorb

MagSorb is a rare example of an Android game whose title says little about it. Here you will have to guide a young small star on its journey to becoming a large star that will serve as the center of a new solar system.

The story looks good but the game is deprived of the visual features that you may come to expect. This is so, because MagSorb is a simple game that does not demand a lot so do not expect to see visual goodies like galaxies, star systems and other similar features that are abundant in space games for PC, for example. This fact alone does not mean that MagSorb is a bad game – no, quite the contrary. Just do not expect tons of visual features in the otherwise nice 2D graphics that the game has.

In MagSorb you will be guiding your young star through numerous obstacles on its way to becoming the center of a new solar system. Doing so is easy – just slide your finger on the display and the star will move. Unfortunately you will encounter enemies on your way in the form of old and angry planets that shoot at you. If you get hit you die and you also die if you exit your predetermined path. The good news is that you can absorb the bad planets by using your gravitational field and when you get ten absorbed planets you get a booster that allows you to fly faster and be invincible, that is – no other planet can destroy you. When you get powerful enough you will be able to morph into other stars as well.

This is what MagSorb is all about. Like we said the game does not require much but at the same time it does not offer that much either. MagSorb is just a simple game that will appeal to children best or people who want to have casual fun and this is it. Yet it does a great job in this role.

MagSorb is here on Google Play.

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