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Space Disorder 


So you got this disorder and you go out into space. Always a bad idea. Oh wait, am I on? Sorry about that guys, that has nothing to do with Space Disorder, unless you find it funny and then it does. Want to know what is awesome about getting to write review for Family Friendly Gaming?

Did you say yes?  I hope so, but since this method of communication does not provide me an answer I will go ahead with an affirmative positive answer. We get to play games before anyone else on the planet. Well maybe not anyone since the developer played, and QC people, and PR people, and publishers, and other media guys and girls - err men and women. Before the public does. And you know having to hide what I am playing on the bus because someone might see it. That's a big no-no if you didn't know.

So like this mean robot steals your sweetheart Zanita. And you play the part of Noah. He straps on his jetpack (and he doesn't have to steal one like some other app characters) and goes to save the day. And we never have to hear our princess is in another castle. Cause she is in another space station or something like that.

We save aliens along the way in Space Disorder. Every so many levels will contain an alien trapped in a cage. If we have a key we can free them. Keys can be found in levels or purchased in the store. Playing a few levels will help player amass the coins they need to purchase keys and other helpful items to free the aliens.

The controls in Space Disorder are different. We swipe to move in that direction. I found that I could also hold over there and my character would continue to move in that direction. Moving my finger off the screen would have the motion in that direction stop. The only issue then was gravity. Be careful with gravity in Space Disorder. It can be reversed which is disorientating, and there are lasers that will hurt the player. There are shields that the player can use to take a hit, and they are strewn all over the levels.

Space Disorder is an engaging, and fun experience. I enjoyed my time with Space Disorder. I also enjoyed being provided a download code to play this app. I would like to see more games like this from Bulkypix in the future.
- Luke


Graphics: 87%
Sound: 83%
Replay/Extras: 91%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 79%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad
Publisher: Bulkypix
ating: ‘4+’ - 4+

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