SPACEPLAN is an experimental piece of interaction based partly on a total misunderstanding of Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time. Use manual clicks and the passage of time to create and launch potato-based devices and probes from your nondescript satellite orbiting a mysterious planet. Unlock the mysteries of the galaxy or just kill some time in what the astrophysics community is calling the ‘best narrative sci-fi clicker game of all times’.
* Fifteen starchy items to unlock, create, and blast into the vacuum of space.
* Life affirming, silly story that will both captivate and help you kill time.
* Reveal the secrets of five different planets across two different realities.
* Banging soundtrack, as is customary in a narrative sci-fi clicker game.
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Your probably wondering why a clicker is $3, if it’s worth it, and if you should buy it. If you want the short answer, yes, but only if you like clickers. If want reasons why this game stands out (or if your one of the devs), then continue reading.
This is the best clicker I’ve played. It took me two days to beat it. I wish there was more. But after seeing the small team that worked on this, I was not disappointed. Yes, it has an end. Yes, it’s a clicker. Yes, it’s $3. But oh boy is it an experience. As you play and progress the story your AI companion says funny, witty things. The dialogue does not seem forced either, it all flows. My favorite part about the story is that the final step of your SPACEPLAN is to make it into a game for mobile devices, wich is a clever meta moment. Now, I don’t need to say much about the gameplay because it’s a clicker. But, unlike other clickers, this one has no micro transactions, no premium currency, it’s fun, and it actually is challenging at points. Challenging in the way that you gotta time something perfectly, not in the way that you have to grind. Lastly, the ending. I don’t want to spoil anything, but it is an amazing experience. I’m still on the fence on wether this should be $3 or not. But if the price drives you away, remember that you would probably spend more money on a worse clicker, with no ending or satisfaction. And if the money goes to one of my favorite game companies, it’s well worth it.
You need to have this game!
We all know as humans that he are quite powerful ,but the universe dwarfs us and we are very small. This game just blowed you away literally. This game gets to have a bind with you and you can't stop. I'm not going to spoil the ending ,but it will make you rethink how the world works. People who have already played know what I mean. It shows how scary and vast the universe and how lucky we are to be alive. You go around MULTIVERSES trying to find one pesky species that destroys everything including themselves. You go around searching for something so insignificant. BUT it's the human species is the only know living one in the universe. It makes you think how vulnerable we really are and this game changes you as a person forever. I believe people who are polluting the planet, breaking peace, and are destroying everything should play this. It takes a few days at most to complete and is priced at a small cup of coffee. You won't regret it. If your feeling depressed or lonely I recommend you to play this game I know it sounds insane ,but after playing this you will truly see how lucky and special you are as an individual person an individual cell an individual atom.
I have played all kinds of apps and all kinds of clickers. This doesn’t have much in the way of either.
As an app there is almost nothing to it, the soundtrack is decent but doesn’t justify its price tag. It’s easily the most unambitious clicker and that’s okay, but it’s also shallow. There is truly no depth here and the game is actually even more shallow than it pretends to be. (The game’s use of breaking the forth wall might impress some but it’s weak and uninspired here)
As a clicker, there is nothing to it. It doesn’t even have the decency to offer extended play. You literally follow the same growth pattern two times and the game is complete. It is incomprehensible how disappointing this was, because I thought it was just warming up and then the credits roll.
The only thing that made this game take longer than a few hours (unacceptable for a clicker even if it is deliberately designed to have an end) was this ridiculous resource sink toward the end. It has the player shooting away resources at tiny moving ‘targets’. Why? Simply to add some hours to a game that is void of even brevity.
If this app were one dollar and sold as an art experiment or satirical commentary on the concept of clickers as entertainment in general, it’d still be a bit too on the nose to be worth it. As it stands anything more than one dollar is an insult.
And for the record that dollar I think it did earn only did so for the music. It was cool every now and then.
- Devolver Digital, Inc.
- 270.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © Copyright 2017 Jake Hollands. All Rights Reserved.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.