A notable update has just landed on Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure.
Set in an alternate 1976, it takes you on an intergalactic journey as you command a crew of explorers in a strange land. Intriguingly, according to Big Bucket Software, the game's underlying adventure leads to “a clash of old and new, a battle of past mistakes and future fallout.”
If you own multiple iOS devices and want to continue the adventure from one device to another, you can now do so. And it's thanks to Space Age's first ever update, which adds support for saving and syncing game progress via iCloud and allows you to pick up the game exactly where you left off.
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The first update to Space Age also delivers the following enhancements:
- Faster pathfinding—noticeable speed boost on older devices
- Faster saving of checkpoints
- Improved stereo separation
- Fixed an issue where giving gum to the bugs would lock up the game. You know what we mean.
- Corrected sevearl typos
- Various other minor bug fixes and speed improvements
The new version of Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new paid download. Normally priced at $3.99, the game is currently on holiday sale for $1.99.
Shortly after its release, Space Age earned an AppAdvice Game of the Week honorable mention, bested only by the Forgotten Shores expansion of the popular puzzle game Monument Valley. In our original review, we noted that Space Age “is a fantastic story-driven, tactical point-and-click adventure puzzle game. If you’re a fan of a good sci-fi story, love exploring, and enjoy solving intricate puzzles, then Space Age is a must-have (along with Monument Valley and the Forgotten Shores expansion).”
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