There are actually three different comets that you can play with: Shooting Star, Omen, and Erratus. Each one has unique properties. For example, Shooting Star is floaty and slow, while Erratus is unstable. Each comet is also harder than the last, so once you master Shooting Star and Omen, you can move on to the ultra tough Erratus.
In addition to trying to obtain a high score, you will also have a set of goals to meet. There are thirteen goals in total, and three at a time will be displayed on the screen. These goals will require you to reach a certain speed, get a specific score, or complete tasks like enter a stable orbit.
There are are no achievements in Unknown Orbit, which is disappointing, but there are Game Center leaderboards so you can keep track of your high scores.
All in all, if you enjoy motion based flying games, you won’t want to miss Unknown Orbit, which has a gorgeous space theme, an entrancing soundtrack, and challenging but rewarding gameplay.
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