A downloadable satellite for Windows, Linux, and Android

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This is a game for the Beginner's Game Jam 3 with the theme, A Different Planet.

Earth is now in danger. Humans have been harming Earth since the era of industry has came till now. Scientists have to hurry to find the best planet for humans to live in using a satellite as it has the fastest way to send information back to Earth.

All you have to do is to click or tap the screen to launch the satellite to a different planet. But be careful, there are UFOs orbiting other planets. If the satellite collided with them, the satellite might be injured.

This game is playable both for mobile on Android and on PC, both for Windows and Linux. In PC, the game orientation would be in landscape. In mobile, the game orientation would be in portrait. There are some changes on the UI size and how they are placed in PC and mobile, but their main function still the same.

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

ST-linux32.zip 103 MB
ST-linux64.zip 99 MB
ST-win32.zip 88 MB
ST-win64.zip 93 MB
Satellite Travel Android.apk 9 MB

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Good Job! It would be pretty fun on mobile :) (I saw you have a Android build but my phone hardware is potato)

Sweet game! But I got really frustrated that we have to die just to get one coin, and after gathering 10 I bought the red satellite, but I couldn't equip it :(

A simple idea, but it feels great. Great work.


I would appreciate if you play my first game and leave a feedback as well (preferentially with an improvement point).

https://overmei.itch.io/god-does-not-play-dice

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Sorry for the shop bug. It was my first time creating that mechanic, but I finally got it. It is fixed now. And for the coins, it's also fixed. Now, you can get the coins while going to another planet.

Clever! 

I really liked the visual style of the menu. 

If anything I  would have kept that smooth style for the game sprites too. 

Using actual physics applied to the transfer of orbits would be neat!