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App description: CVGA Finalist - "Best Innovation", "Best Indie Game" & "Best Game On The Go"

[90/100] ArcadeLife - "Astonishing. One of the best original iOS games Ive played in quite a while."

[90/100] IGM Mobile - "Not only is Infinite atmospheric, entertaining, and challenging, its addictingly fun."

[4/5] AppSpy - "Infinite is simple, visually and aurally appealing, and has plenty of modes to unlock."

AppStorm - "Infinite is a stellar experience that should not be missed."


Explore the cosmos with infinite. Journey across the galaxy, forming solar systems and surviving black holes. Arcade style gameplay, stunning abstract visuals, and a cosmic soundtrack that is out of this world.

Use your orbiter to harness spatial matter to form planets and new systems while avoiding the dangers of space. Your efforts of creating new star systems help grow your own unique galaxy. Planetary and star physics affect the movement of matter, changing the play field dynamically.

Addicting arcade style gameplay.
Randomly generated waves provide a new challenge every level.
Evolve your own unique galaxy based on how you play.
Stellar cosmic soundtrack.
Game Center Achievements and Leaderboards.
Unlockable game modes and theme packs.

Create the cosmos. Explore the infinite.

NexusSteve's comments:

Update 11/03/12: infinite 1.15 is available now and solves all reported issues with the game.

10-24-2012, 01:06 PM
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This looks amazing! Any impressions?

10-24-2012, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by retr0spective View Post
This looks amazing! Any impressions?
it does look pretty interesting... if no one else TOFTT before tonight, I'll probably pick it up... but won't be able to post impressions until tomorrow. =o/

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10-24-2012, 02:59 PM
I had been keeping my eye out for this one in lieu of the perpetually 'coming soon'-ness of Steph Thirion's Faraway, this seemed like a suitable alternative for the moment. Initial impressions are decent, although, not quite what I expected.

Having only played a few levels so far, the mechanic at play seems to be: touch anywhere to extend a satellite (basically a pivoting arm) out from the central planet, collecting in-coming debris in an attempt to create more planets. To be avoided are the various damaging in-coming pieces, conversely there are various power-ups to be gained. Boiled down, it seems to be mostly collection and avoidance at work here. I'm hoping for a little more depth, but as I said, I haven't gotten all that far yet, I could see a problem with it holding my attention in the long-term. Somehow I get the feeling this would've been great on the iOS scene circa 2009/2010... Now, it just seems gimmicky. Still, just initial impressions here.

The 'good news' is that the art and design of it all is quite nice, and very well done. The planetary environments themselves are lovely. Sumptuous colors and pleasing, radiating geometric patterns of the backgrounds flesh out an otherwise fairly modern and pared-down approach of the in-coming 'bits' (pun intended?). Probably not up to the design acumen of Thirion's work, but a worthy effort nonetheless.

Last edited by aeranth; 10-24-2012 at 03:46 PM.
10-24-2012, 03:14 PM
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: Canada
Posts: 84
Hey aeranth,

First off, thank you kindly for purchasing the game. I appreciate you taking the time to give everyone your initial feedback. Ultimately the games core structure is about build and avoid while keeping things with a minimalistic approach. This may appeal to some and not to others, all in everyone's opinion of course. We wanted to take a different approach to the gameplay, something a bit different than the norm, it's very experimental.

I hope you find enjoyment from the game and that you feel it is worth its value
10-24-2012, 05:56 PM
Joined: May 2011
Location: Riverside, CA
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My itchy trigger finger could not resist tapping the buy button. My impressions are that this is a nicely implemented and aesthetically pleasing minimalist obstacle avoidance and collection game. Your orb travels clockwise in a gravitational orbit around a star. The one button mechanic causes your orb to drift away from the planet while gravity pulls it back in. The object of the game is to collect poweups and debris to change your orb into a planet while avoiding dangerous objects. Because you are moving in a circle the gameplay can be very tricky, and minimal use of color sometimes makes it difficult to keep track of your orb and differentiate between maleficent and beneficent objects when things get busy.

It is an excellent game if you appreciate minimalism as a design choice like I do.

A few suggestions would be adding a sense of progression. It would be nice, for example, to have the option of starting from a later stage rather than from square 1 each time. Also, there were no instructions given for unlocking additional themes and modes. Finally, survival mode causes a Director Class Error and freezes the game. I tried re-installing to no avail.

If you are a fan of Super Hexagon, you are likely to enjoy this also.

Last edited by retr0spective; 10-24-2012 at 06:03 PM.
10-24-2012, 06:02 PM
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Location: Riverside, CA
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The description says that there are game saves, but I do not see such a function.
10-24-2012, 07:12 PM
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Game Impressions

This is quite simply outstanding in every respect imaginable. Much thanks to the dev; this is exactly the kind of release that reminds me why I have an iDevice. Why I come back to the app store each day to sift through more piles of witless junk and garish mediocrity.
10-24-2012, 08:39 PM
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: Canada
Posts: 84
There was a post release iOS 6 crash issue that occurred regarding Game Center and the save files. We are aware of the issues and a patch (version 1.1) is already approved and making it's way on the app store as we speak. Version 1.1 solves all the crashing issues.

iOS 6 has been causing many landscape apps lots of issues regarding Game Center, sometimes you have to log into GC using the app first before playing games, or else is crashes apps sometimes.

We sincerely apologize to those who have been having issues. Once the update has reached your iDevice, we recommend downloading the app fresh instead of the normal update to avoid any conflicts.

@retrospective: it's an auto-save system, its transparent to the player, but we save your progress, stats, options, etc. Thank you for the great constructive criticism, we're looking at everyone's feedback

Last edited by NexusSteve; 10-24-2012 at 09:32 PM.
10-25-2012, 02:36 AM
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Just bought this based on Gabrien's recommendation. I have to run now, but I just had to come here and say "WOW!!!" Impressions in a few hours, but nah...man, guys...GET THIS!

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