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6th Planet

*** 'A Rare Enough Treat' - TouchArcade

*** 'A Rare Enough Treat' - TouchArcade

6th Planet

by Monkube Ltd.
6th Planet
6th Planet
6th Planet

What is it about?

*** 'A Rare Enough Treat' - TouchArcade.com ***

6th Planet

App Details

Version
1.5.3
Rating
(571)
Size
477Mb
Genre
Adventure Arcade
Last updated
August 7, 2013
Release date
February 23, 2011
More info

6th Planet is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Prologue level pack

  • $1.99

    Full story mode

  • Free

    Armored Ship

  • Free

    Faster Ship

  • Free

    Unlimited Level Skip

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

*** 'A Rare Enough Treat' - TouchArcade.com ***
*** 4 out of 4 - Must Have - slidetoplay.com ***
*** 5 out of 5 stars on Appspy.com ***
*** 5 out of 5 stars on iFanzine.com ***
*** 5 out of 5 stars on apppicker.com ***
*** 4,5 out of 5 on appsmile.com ***
*** 4 out of 5 on gamepro.com ***
*** 4 out of 5 on 148apps.com ***
*** Bronze Award on pocketgamer.co.uk ***
*** 4,5 out of Five stars at Qwertyhub.com ***
*** highly recommended - appmodo.com ***

IMPORTANT! 6th Planet does NOT run on iPad 1st gen iPhone, iPhone 3GS and iPod 2G!

6th Planet tells the story of a near future, where the planet Saturn suddenly changes into a possible place for humans to live. To find out what is going on, a monkey is sent into space. This is the beginning of a series of events that will determine mankind’s future.

The goal of the game is to guide your space pod to the landing site on the other side of the level. With only two buttons to work with, it is a simple concept that’s easy to pick up, but hard to master. The Story Mode contains 50 levels, divided across 7 worlds. If you succeed in finishing this mode, you unlock the Master levels, which is a collection of very challenging levels for you to try out.

The comic story, in between the levels, consists of a total of 188 screens, which is two comic books worth of images. The story is co-written and drawn by the studio that’s responsible for the Oscar nominated animation films The Triplets of Belleville and The Secret of Kells. Screens are colored by Raymund Lee, famous for his work on Marvel’s Wolverine series.