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The Moon Is Indeed Made Of Cheese In The New Physics-Based Puzzle Game 1968

In 1968, the U.S. sent the Apollo 8 spacecraft to orbit around the moon. But according to Save My Bacon developer Attribite's newest iOS game, in 1968, the U.S. also sent a small car to the moon. And guess what the astronauts in that small car found. Lending credence to the fanciful belief, all they found was cheese. In this new physics-based puzzle and racing game, simply called 1968, you have to guide the small car in order to collect all of the cheese in each level. The game presents lunar terrains in various degrees of irregularity. Given those, you have to tap left or right at the right moments so that the car may move, jump, and fall toward every slice of cheese there is. That's the puzzle part. The racing part lies in the challenge of having to collect all of the cheese in each level in the quickest possible time. [caption id="attachment_419772" align="aligncenter" width="480"] 1968[/caption] Depending on your performance, you get to collect up to three stars after each level. You can use your stash of stars to skip particularly tricky levels or unlock new planets for new levels. The game offers four different planets, namely, The Moon, K-Mars, Loopiter, and Uturn. All in all, these planets contain more than 60 puzzling and racing levels. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, 1968 is available now in the App Store for free. The game includes a $0.99 in-app purchase for unlocking all of the planets at once. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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