Description

Show them aliens who's intergalactic boss!

End Matter is a hyper-stylized real time space battle simulator created by your friendly, buzzword-abusing indie dev next door who's really happy that you're considering investing your hard earned money into funding his horrible, horrible coffee addiction. But hey, that'll at least guarantee you an evening of fun on the couch kicking some aliens in the behind while wondering whether it was really necessary to blend a casual strategy game with a fricking dating sim. It's just that one level tho, promised. Well, anyways...

At its very core End Matter is an arena-like strategy game set in space: short and action-packed (puke) rounds of conquering new planets, defending them from enemy players, outgrowing their fleets and showing them who's intergalactic boss. On top of its core game play loop the game experiments with some unique game modes and dabbles into a bunch of weird genre blends. Ever wondered what 4 in a row with planets, space ships and black hole guns looks like? You'll find out right after flirting with the thicc planet next door that has a secret love affair with an AI named Steve.

Content
- 40 levels leaving you wondering whether it's kinda, sorta art or if the dev really just lost it.
- 11 even more pretentious game modes for you to unlock.
- 11 weapons. Also unlockable. One of them is a black hole gun tho. Just saying.
- Infinite fun playing all the above over and over again in custom quick matches.
- Umm...
- And a tutorial.

No in-app purchases, no tracking, no selling your data, no bs -- just a casual space sim to enjoy on the couch. Have fun :)

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Dtrasatti ,

Ugh!

Man I really wanna love this game but the long press to activate a planet and initiate an attack, it’s so sensitive that I find myself accidentally panning around the map. Not good when you have to frantically react to what’s happening with all the action.

Next thing I find a bit over powered is the laser. It totally disrupts the balance of the game. I can’t explain it but if you play you’ll see that suddenly a planet you have gets completely vaporized and any foothold you’ve created is just gone. It doesn’t feel right to me relative to the overall strategic mechanics of the game.

I dunno - for a paid game I’m a little disappointed.

Marcalitus ,

Like the concept but I want a horizontal mode

I like the concept of this game and it really reminds me of the good old classical flash game I used to play.
I was wondering if you could make it horizontal than vertical since I want to play it with the magic keyboard horizontally and it will also be an advantage over vertical.

Vibing ,

Needs UI work

This is a real-time strategy game and needs to select the planets quickly. However the long press doesn’t work on the iPhone. Tried it on my iPad Pro which long pressed worked better but still slow.

It’s only in portrait mode which is fine on the iPhone but not on iPad.

Can’t really play this game on iOS till it’s fixed.

App Privacy

The developer, Mario Koenig, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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