(iOS/Android) Asteroid Challenge - An arcade space shooter

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  1. PavoStudios

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    Hi, I released my first game for mobile and tablet, Asteroid Challenge, which is a simple but difficult arcade space shooter where you must repair your spaceship in order to escape an asteroid galaxy.

    Here is the challenge, to try to escape. Will you be able to escape?

    I would really appreciate any kind of feedback, ideas or comments so I can learn more!

    Thanks a lot for your time!

    Videos

    Trailer -

    In game Tutorial -


    Google and Apple Store links


    Google Play Store - http://play.google.com/store/apps/d...er-global-all-co-prtnr-py-PartBadge-Mar2515-1
    Apple App Store - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/asteroid-challenge/id1254985414?mt=8

    Description

    Asteroid Challenge is an amazing arcade space shooter where you must defend your damaged spaceship from waves of asteroids and escape the galaxy. In order to escape you will need to repair your spaceship. One asteroid impact and you are dead.

    Some screenshots

    Destroy asteroids! - http://press.pavostudios.com/asteroid_challenge/images/screenshot-5.png
    Using the energy shield - http://press.pavostudios.com/asteroid_challenge/images/screenshot-4.png
    Blasting energy - http://press.pavostudios.com/asteroid_challenge/images/screenshot-3.png

    Additional links

    Game site - http://asteroidchallenge.pavostudios.com
    Presskit - http://press.pavostudios.com/sheet.php?p=asteroid_challenge for if you have a site and you want to post the game if you think is good enough to you...
     

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