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Simple to play but with a lot of depth, players will have to become adept at using the physical properties of space on their journey. Examples include using gravitational fields and orbits to slingshot around planets, stars and moons, riding solar flares and using planetary shadows. Whilst the heavens are awe inspiring, they are not without perils. Dangerous asteroids, black holes and scorching suns can prove to be extremely destructive to even the most accomplished space traveler. Presented in full retina, high-definition 3D graphics, players can explore 4 immense galaxies and take on over 80 missions across the solar systems.
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