Eliss Infinity (previously known as just Ellis) is famous for being one of the most popular early games in mobile history. It was praised for offering one of the best multi-touch experiences, especially when released, in 2009. Now the game has evolved into Eliss Infinity and is finally reaching the Android platform.
The popular game is now available from the Google Play Store with a $2.99 price tag, which is not bad for a game that will keep you entertained for hours on end. The idea is to manipulate and handle planets. You can merge them, split them or do anything you want with them. Just be sure to not let different colored planets crash.
While the Android port is huge news by itself, that is not all developer Finji Games has to offer today. Version 1.1 has been pushed out, offering a long list of healthy improvements and bug fixes. Included are new animations, sounds, score visualizations and achievements.
“A big change is it makes the Infinity game first and foremost, so the flow has changed a bit, in hindsight it should have been this way on launch.” -Steph Thirion
The fun music is also one of this game’s biggest novelties, which is why the developer has decided to sell the soundtrack. You can download the Eliss EP or ∞ EP for just $3 each. The second only has this year’s newly-added songs.
You can go ahead and purchase the Eliss Infinity straight from the Google Play Store. As mentioned above, it costs $2.99, but those will be very well-spent three bucks!