StarDroid is a 2D top-down sci-fi action adventure shooter game
The game is set in the future, of course, and has a lot of unmanned spaceships that are drifting around aimlessly around the galaxy, thus causing chaos for space traffic. Your mission, as a robot, is to board these spaceships and destroy them in order to save the galaxy's traffic. Are you up to the task?
- Great mix of action game, puzzle and explorer
- Find your way to the reactor of the spaceship
- Place bombs to free your way
- Explore everything - discover many secret and hidden rooms
- Experience humorous conversations in a great storyline
- Boss fights
- Beautiful PixelArt
- Easy to control
- 100% Indie Developer
Please note: Runs smoothly on iPad 2/3, iPhone 4S or higher!
* New Icon
* Improved controls
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An Urgent Message From Stardriod
Commander, this is StarDroid reporting. Sir, I have been an loyal bot. I have done everything you commanded me. I like kicking robutt and taking names. But I have also been naughty. Lately, I have been panty raiding in enemy’s battleship before detonating it to hide the evidence of my theft. Forgive me sir!
Now to get to business. I have a request that I hope you would consider. My mission is almost over. I want to continue panty raiding. I have collected over a thousand panties ranging from all ages, from different species, and robot. From all over the galaxies. I cannot stop. It became an addiction. Without it, there is no purpose for my life. Please sir, make a part two or make a new game starring me. Thank you
This was a fun game, however it shines more as an puzzle/exploration game than as a combat game. It could benefit from more variety in things to discover and puzzles to solve. Traditional Zelda-Esque level building methods would apply well here. I had to restart several levels because I apparently unlocked doors in the wrong order.
Later in the game it degenerated into more tedious combat rooms and less puzzles. The combat also isn’t very challenging and mostly consists of taking pot shots from far away. Your range exceeds the enemy bullet range. Would also be good if enemies aimed at your current trajectory rather than your location. It would also be fun if the enemies felt more like a ship security system, locking down rooms, appearing out of walls, etc...
Would be fun if there were more elements to explore or even a story to each ship.
Near the end of the game the difficulty jumped dramatically. Or maybe it’s because I ran out of money and couldn’t buy armor anymore. When it turns into dying over and over it’s not as fun.
Its a great game, reminds me of my childhood because of the retro graphics. Its quite an amusement for all the family members.
Update: conversation mode has been greatly improved, so now i give it five stars.
- Christian Krauss & Peter Boll
- 25.5 MB
Requires iOS 6 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Krauss und Boll Software
- In-App Purchases
- 5.000 Coins $2.99
- 9.999 Coins $4.99
- 1.500 Coins $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.