A Trip To Apple Arcade Orbit Moonshot: A Bad Trip to Apple’s Orbit Arcade

On Apple Arcade, Moonshot: A Journey, a physics-based puzzle game, is now available to play. For $ 5 a month or $ 60 a year, Apple’s mobile gaming service offers over 200 games. Every week, new games, content, and updates are added. Moonshot: A Tourist puts you into the role of Moon Pi, a young moon on the search for a way home. Travel through space using a combination of slingshot fork gameplay and puzzle resolution. As you try to return to Mother Earth, avoid dark holes and aliens.

Games created by Morsel Interactive, husband-and-wife developer duo Milan Cubic and Valentina Bregovic. According to the self-proclaimed “space geeks,” the idea for Moonshot first enabled him to consider a game of mini-golf in space. Finally the story of the mysterious moon that travels from Earth appears. The team wanted to explore the relationship between Earth and the moon.

“The best analogy, we found, is the connection between mother and child,” Cubic said. “We are interested in unity, the warmth of motherhood.” A full moon that looks like a big golf ball helps, he adds. Cubic and Bregovic hope the newcomers to the slingshot games will take their time, and take on the challenge of aiming and calculating the moon’s path.

Subscribers can also check out updates to Bloons TD6, Nickelodeon Extreme Tennis, Star Trek: Legends, Spire Blast and Zen Pinball Party. Check out the trailer for Moonshot: A Travel Home here: If you are interested in the Apple Arcade campaign, you can get a free trial for three months with the purchase of a new device, or one month for free if you sign up during the season. Open the Store app and click the joystick icon at the bottom of the screen to launch the service.

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