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Praise for SolaRola: Launched on Java in 2007, the original SolaRola was critically acclaimed: Pocket Gamer 10/10 - Platinum Award The Guardian 90% - Keith Stuart, "my new favourite mobile game." Key Features: • Challenging planets to explore and survive
• Realistic physics-based gameplay
• Touch and tilt-based controls
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With each planet inhabited by all manner of enemies and hazards, the player must navigate Wiz and Waz across a number of ill-positioned obstacles including rocks, slime, bombs and trampolines. Both are susceptible to the planets’ gravity, so items must be strategically placed to guide them past the many obstructions and creatures that patrol the environments. As the game progresses, so the creatures get more aggressive, while the addition of volcanic worlds and razor-sharp hazards are a constant threat to the future of blobkind.
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