The stars are missing! Little Luca needs your help to collect them and restore the night sky.
Luca had a dream once - that the stars in the sky suddenly fell. The stars spread all over the world. Deep into the oceans, high up the hills and all across space. It's your job to get the stars back! Bounce on the wobbly hills, get thrown in the wind, launch from strange gravity wells and zap across the screen through mysterious portals. But most of all look out for the dangerous volcanoes in the deep oceans!
• Simple and skillful one touch controls (it's all about timing)
• 90 lovingly designed levels in 3 unique worlds.
• Amazing music with 5 different tracks (+ a hidden bonus track)
• Compare scores with the Game Center enabled leaderboards
• Buy now and get free updates with more levels, music and worlds
• Game Center achievements!
Design & Art: Björn Wissing
Design & Code: Rikard Wissing
Audio: Staffan Nilsson
"Little Luca is a charming, innovative and downright beautiful game – nay, piece of art – that no iOS user should be without."
- Karl Burnett, Touch Arcade
"Little Luca review: It may be little, but it's a lot of fun.'"
- Marc Kusnierz, Pixelated Sausage
"Little Luca is a physics puzzler that takes a lot of simple elements and makes a wonderful game with a surprising amount of depth."
- Carter Dotson, 148Apps
"An innovative new physics-based puzzler that will keep you entertained for hours."
- Christine Chan, AppAdvice
"This is the perfect example of how simplicity can turn into addictiveness when it is well-implemented."
- Emmanuel Lund, AppsZoom
"The playful, catchy, and ultimately atmospheric sounds emanating from this title are an absolute standout."
- Greg Srisavasdi, Arcade Sushi
"Little Luca is a game that you're not going to want to miss out on."
- Christian Leed, IGM Mobile
Added support for newer devices
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good. Almost great.
I really like the concept, but the game feels so... slow... In a game about perfect timing and precision, the pace need to be faster. The ball really floats through the air, restarting the level need to be one-button and instant, and the time between starting a level and actually playing should be zero (not several seconds while you wait for the ball to fall or a lazy whale to cross your screen). Those slight delays compound the frustration of mistakes. It says something about the game's potential that I played through 14 levels anyway. But in the end I couldn't do it anymore. Too frustrating.
A special treat
This is a wonderful little physics puzzler. With its simple and sparse pixel graphics, beautiful background tunes, and one touch controls it has a real purity. Thankfully, there is no IAP to spoil that.
The game play demands a lot of trial and error to collect 3 stars on many levels, but it is for the user to decide how important that is or to just move on. Since I am a bit anal retentive and will keep trying for all of the stars, I do wish the restart level button was top level rather then one menu level deep under the pause icon. I find the game play to be interesting but we have seen these type of physics puzzles many times before. On a positive note, there is good variety here, tons of levels and plenty of challenge.
The theme of the game is really lovely and ties together nicely with the task of collecting stars. It's pays off beautifully on the "Starmap" screen which lets you see your stars collected and provides access to the Game Center leaderboards.
All in all, this is a lovely game that certainly deserves support and is a real bargain for a dollar. It oozes charm and love.
A little frustrating
Very imprecise "bounce" controls mean you lack real control and hence the otherwise simple levels are frustrating. It's not the good difficulty of complexity, which I love, but of chance aim, which gets old quickly. The graphics feel cheap in a bad way, too, instead of retro in a good way.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.