"Mars Power Industries seduced us with its simplicity. A timeless puzzle game for everyone!"
"Laid atop the stunning sound design is a contemplative ambient score. Ominous, soothing, and starkly beautiful, it’ll make you feel like you’re actually in an outpost in space—doing your best to keep the lights on."
- App Store Game of The Day, October 22th 2018
"Unlike the actual Mars, Mars Power Industries is very gentle and inviting. "
- Pocket Gamer
GOAL: Power up houses on Mars! Chill out and explore what strange devices are up there on planet Mars!
HOW: Build towers to send power. All houses powered - you win!
Mars Power Industries is a calm & simple puzzle game. Made with love by a small team of close friends. No ads, no IAPs, no high-scores. Only a story without words and 4 hours of puzzles for everyone.
Find out what ancient secrets lay beneath the surface!
You might be surprised what you find!
- No ads, no high-scores, no pressure. Nothing. It’s only space.
- 80 handcrafted puzzles, various difficulty, you’ll never feel stuck!
- Strange science fiction story told without words! What’s the big Mars Mystery?
- iPhone X, XS, XS Max support
- 3D Touch support
- Haptic feedback!
Thank you for playing our game!
Ratings and Reviews
So okay, this game is good, however, I would not have paid $2 for it. Although to me, I think the experience was worth it? See for what it was going for, it’s a good game. I LIKE how relaxing it was for a change, sure someone may find it boring and I’ll admit it can come across that way, but I still think it was engaging, and aside, That’s The Point. It’s simple fun, relaxing, or whatever. If you don’t want something easy and relaxing (which it clearly advertises as) then don’t buy it. That said, it could use some work, but it does have a lot of potential. I’m not sure if the creators are planning on making any changes or updates but, new mechanics and just MORE would make it awesome. I really couldn’t decide wether to give this a 3 or 4 but I’m gonna go with the benefit of the doubt because I enjoyed myself and was even sad when I made it to level 60 and the game was over. (Maybe add a more concrete story too, i like what they had going but it needs a little work)
TL:Dr - it’s a nice little game if you want to relax, it’s got a simple mechanic and cute little graphics and a bit of a story if you look, although it might not be worth $2- I’d buy it again
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the uplifting comment! We're glad you had a good, relaxing experience!!! It means a lot for us! It was our fist attempt at a puzzle game so we need to tune our sensitivity to player expectations.
Edit: Hey! Update with the new levels, new mechanics and more story elements just launched. Let us know if you like it more!
Great game, if a lil bit buggy
This game was so fun! I loved the mechanics and how the puzzles varied in difficulty along with the storyline. Several stumped me for at least a dozen attempts, and I usually play through puzzle games very quickly! However, I was confused with what the story was? I even completed the bonus level and went back to the pivotal levels in the plot to see if I missed anything and still have no idea what was going on besides something vaguely nefarious (Well, a little more than that from the pictographs between some of the levels and the final bonus cutscene, but I don’t want to spoil anything).
Also, I encountered a bug. Sometimes when went back to the beginning of the level if I got stumped, my first tower would disappear when I touched it. If I left the level and came back to it, everything was fine, but it happened a lot during the last 30 or so levels as the difficulty increased and I had to reset more frequently. Between that and the nebulous plot, I knocked off a star, but otherwise I LOVED this. Very relaxing and vaguely eerie puzzle game.
Developer Response ,
Thank you very much for the review! :D We're working on that bug! It will be fixed in the next update! The story is explicitly vague, for me I know what I was going for, and people have the best interpretations! I just wanted to have something strange and mysterious and not obvious, just like space is!
Year 32 review thus far~
Finally decided to pick up this little title after seeing it popping up on the games screens with the cute lil art work.
I’m up to lvl 32 and I’m enjoying it. I assumed from reviews that it would be much easier than it is. I’m not saying that it’s hard but I’ve had to think and redo my plotting more than a few times to say the least. I’m glad it’s not too easy! Feels just right~
I’m enjoying how it does not hold your hand as I feel like it’s more enjoyable discovering how things work.
Also been noticing tiny strawberry’s on some levels so I always make sure to grab those before I solve a level tho I’m not sure what their purpose is yet. Looks like they unlock a special level later on but that’s just a guess from seeing the levels splash screen.
I’ll return to finish my review and after I have completed the game and update rating accordingly.
As of now I give it a solid 4 as it as been a bit btr than what I was actually expecting.
It is pretty much as stated tho. A simple relaxing puzzler, and I like that just fine! No timers or actions that make you feel like you are losing progress or frustrate you, Just a simple discovery and explore mechanic that gradually throws in another small obstacle as you start to get the hang of the last one~
Good job on the game and fairly priced for what I have experienced. Thx devs👍🤗
Developer Response ,
Thank you very much for the lovely review! Oh year 32, there's a lot more, I'd say it's just starting to get weird!
- Lukasz Zmudziak
- 109.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Arkadiusz Rębacz
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.