April 9th, 2012 | By Former Staff
I remember a little while ago, while playing some Minecraft, I staggered across an awesome mod called ClaySoliders, which allowed players to be the closest thing to God as in Minecraft. Now, what if it was possible to create galaxies and solar systems right on your iPad? If you’re thinking what I’m thinking, it’s going to be awesome, right? Soon, your dreams will come true. Well, maybe just my dreams, but with the upcoming app, infinite, taking basic elements such as: “pick-up and play, unique, replay value, and most importantly, fun”, to create an exciting, interactive game.
infinite takes the player into a new world, a new beginning for a world that has already ended. While I read through Nexus Game Studio‘s developer diary, I found infinite to resemble a game I recently played: Osmos. I found that Osmos had a similar style of gameplay, having scenarios of all sorts. I really enjoyed playing Osmos and I hope infinite will prove to be even better!
Here’s the developer’s approach on explaining infinite:
“infinite is an arcade style game in which the user earns points by collecting matter in order to build solar systems. Users can earn time and a score multiplier by building planets to orbit their star. Throughout the game, the player will encounter various anti-matter types that can impede on progression and deduct time if hit.
The game literally has infinitely generated gameplay and lasts as long as the player can keep the clock running. The game will dynamically alter the gameplay, music and colour pallet which each new system. As the player journeys their way across their own unique, perpetually generated galaxy creating new solar systems. Players will also unlock “fluxes” that grant special abilities during gameplay that add various affects to your controlled orbiter or to the play field.”
For a longer and more detailed description visit their official website to read more about infinite. The following is a gallery of the most recent images of infinite.