Back in 2015, Moon Kid released Satellina, the highly addictive game that offered extremely simple graphics and game play. Satellina Zero offers all of that, plus new features that make it even more addictive. The game joins together quite a few genres, and it puts you into a groove that feels pretty similar to Guitar Hero.

The simplicity which made the original game so popular is still there. Basic gameplay requires you to move a ship at the bottom of the screen left or right to catch various orbs. Coloured orbs can be collected, and clear orbs end your game. A simple lift of the finger and tap on the screen swaps which orbs are enemies and which are friends. Sounds simple, right?

Well, think again. Like its predecessor, Satellina Zero is rather challenging. Fortunately, the pleasant gameplay and the pleasant tunes that get created as you catch various orbs mean that a failure in the game will leave you amused rather than frustrated.

Stern but fair. This is exactly what makes this game so addictive. Easy to learn, simple to play, yet challenging enough to hold your attention for hours.

As you progress through the game, you get access to even more colours and music. The speed ramps up gradually until you get to the point that you feel like you’re a total “thumb ninja.” Flow is what this game is about.

Stern but fair. This is exactly what makes this game so addictive.

Satellina Zero is divided into 9 levels, and every level also throws in an endless mode to give you an extra challenge. There is also a secret mode which can be unlocked (if you find it). This is a complete game available for a one-time purchase of $2, which is kind of refreshing against a backdrop of endless in-app purchases and pay-to-win models.

Did you play the original Satellina? Will you be downloading the Satellina Zero game? Let us know in the comments section below.

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