Description

In Planet Life you are born again as a planet. Being a planet in space can be very lonely, but fortunately there is life out there.

Search the corners of the universe, for new friends, who will help you on your quest to become a happy little place to live. Manage your resources, and upgrade tools to advance.

Fight your way down a deep deep dungeon leading to the core of yourself, and gain the respect of mysterious space gods.

NOW WITH PURCHASABLE BROCCOLI CHAPTER!

Featuring:
- A ghastly stock exchange
- A precious gold fish
- More dungeons!
- More friends!
- An evil quiz show
- More space travel

What’s New

Version 3.2

- Derek has learned how to use equipment.
- Backgrounds for the whole game.
- Something to do when you have completed everything.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

Quiub0 ,

Fun... but with limitations

The game is incredibly enjoyable, as the art-style is pleasing, the characters are likable, and the gameplay is simple enough for anyone to enjoy. While there are no bugs that I have encountered or heard of, there are things putting a damper on my playing. When getting this game, I imagined it as something I could pick up, advance in, and put down (similar to clicker style games such as Adventure Capitalist). When opening this free to play game, though, I was greeted with two chapters out of three locked behind a paywall (this paywall was only $2.99 each [$4.99 for both], though not much and easy to pay, I didn’t have plans to spend money on any mobile games). I was previously unaware of this chapter-style way of advancing the game and would have enjoyed knowing that there was still a lot ahead while I played in small increments.

Overall this complaint is more of a personal issue than any real critique of the app or it’s properties. After all, I can’t expect them to pull money out of thin air.

Ashleigh Peach ,

Good game, but notice a few spelling errors

Hello Christian and others,
I notice that there are a few spelling errors in here, but it doesn’t really detract from the game. Did you mean to say that Cocobura or whomever she is seemed secptical or skeptical? Also, did you mean to say unexpected instead of unextected things? I’m wanting to use this as a future teaching tool, so I’d like my students to have the best experience possible. The music’s good as well, so keep up the good work/doesn’t sound like 8bit anything but pretty nice and enjoyable. You as well as the rest of your team aree on my twitter feed now, space planets! Don’t worry though. I won’t burn you away but make your light that much brighter for those of us with a visual impairment to discover

Gordon The Gnome King ,

Great game turned decent

I really thoroughly enjoyed this game. If you like text-based adventures, you’ll love this game. I actually purchased chapter two after having enjoyed chapter one for free. Chapter two was also very fun. Well worth the $3. I actually also purchased chapter 3 after that, and honestly I almost regret it. I understand that the developers were looking to branch out game structure and add a deck-building aspect. However, I simply do NOT vibe with the fact that chapter 3 is completely unrelated to the first two. From chapter 1 to 2, all of your upgrades carry. Your resource upgrades, your dungeon/Derek upgrades, etc. However, beginning chapter 3 is essentially a total reset. The game structure is entirely different from the first two, and nothing you did in the first two chapters matters in the third. It’s almost like an entirely separate game, and frankly a game I enjoy much less. My official advice is that chapter 2 is well worth the money, but you’re better off leaving it there. Chapter 3 is much less enjoyable.

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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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