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Twisty Planets Space Puzzle

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Genre: Puzzle

Platforms: iOS, Android

Welcome to Twisty Planets - a 3D Space & Stars Puzzle Game unlike any other. Help little fella Qub escape from the twisty star planets, find stars to open portal and escape from the stars! Navigate constellations, springboards, moving platforms, teleports and reconfigurable puzzle planets to find the way out of the 3D planets. Watch out for the edges of the planets and don’t fall off! Can you find a way off the planets and... Read More


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shadi-basher
100 reviews

Great 100%

Wonderful rotating puzzle game having players fully immersed on solving thru its geniality designed levels, solving its innovative tricky problem, filled with amazing ideas, smooth game-play mechanics, nice atmosphere and astonishing graphics.

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Each level features a 3D “planet” made up of little blocks that’s floating in space. There are three stars to collect, plus a portal that allows you to proceed to the next level. You move Qub by tapping anywhere on the part of the screen that’s the direction you want him to go. To be most precise, you can tap the arrows in the four corners of your screen. If there’s a ledge that’s short enough to jump up to, he will automatically jump to it. Walk Qub onto thin air and he’ll fall and lose a star, but return just as cheerful as ever. Nothing, and I mean nothing, wipes the smile off this little guy’s face.

Besides controlling Qub, you rotate the entire planet by swiping the screen in any direction. This is how you get Qub to different sides of the planet. Fans of Monument Valley may feel at home with this control scheme. But be careful! Unlike Monument Valley, you can fall off the planet, and there are consequences for it. And it can be a bit frustrating sometimes when you accidentally walk off the edge. The “impossible architecture” concept of Monument Valley also does not apply here. Just because it seems like two blocks connect from one angle, doesn’t mean they do. You need to make sure from every angle that you’re lined up with a block before you rely on it to catch you.