Game – Big Bang for Android
XDA member greenlogger presents an original game for your Android device. Big Bang is, in the words of the developer, Epic adventures of a matter particle through the eras of development of the Universe. It will catch your attention with it´s different epoch and missions. Features physically correct behavior of matter particles, variety of physics based effects such as gravitational pull, event horizon, momentum conservation during the matter interchange, annihilation, amongst others.
Grab it for free in the usual place. It is available in English, French, and Russian.
Let us know what you think, please.
Originally posted by greenlogger
[Game] Big Bang updated. New missions available!
I think that the game, which I mentioned below, is worthy of your attention. Gladly accept any feedback: particularly want to hear criticism
Imagine yourself the smallest particle which was thrown out of the singularity of the Big Bang and which is running through time and space in order to perish again. Did you expect something like Osmos for Android? Explore the mysterious universe of the Big Bang – you are going to like it!
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