App description: For iPad 2, iPad mini and above.

Check out the video tutorial in youtube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DY9JVxTUzGk

And the teaser trailer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7Yb7BtpZWw

Astronaut Spacewalk HD is the iPad optimised and improved version of the iPhone game.

Astronaut Spacewalk is a highly realistic astronaut jetpack simulator. Fly from the Space Shuttle cargo bay to several satellites, align to position to make repairs and dock back in the Shuttle.

Enjoy the majestic views of earth from Space in 20 daring missions, and work on detailed satellites like the Hubble telescope, and stations like MIR and Skylab.

Pretty to look at but difficult to master. Flying in space is not like flying a plane. A small wrong movement can send you in a collision path and the stress of trying to recover while keeping the valuable electricity and fuel resources.

Challenge yourself to master Inertial Flight in space where there is no up or down and there is nowhere to hang on to if you loose control.

The difference between life and death is the oxygen in your suit and the nitrogen in your jetpack

It might be beautiful but who said that floating in space was easy?

This iPad version features a completely new front end, new button layout, improved physics, and new music.

This is the format that the game needed to be played at and finally is here.

Sanuku's comments:

07-23-2013, 09:07 PM
#2
This is awesome!
Immediately more comfortable on iPad I can almost feel myself learning now... It's so funny - I just about feel I'm in control then it all goes pear shaped very quickly
Thank God for the Null Movement button!

Really gives you a good sense of being helplessly drifting away from your only hope. I seriously cannot even imagine what these guys that actually did this for a "job" must be thinking and going through in that suit. Definitley takes a certain calibre of person! Calm, methodical, confident and "brave" lets face it. I could probably tick the first two with training but... not for me, thank you!!

If you are up for a spacial challenge (see what I did there) I highly recommend this.

07-24-2013, 01:33 PM
#3
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Last edited by Deonaldi; 08-03-2013 at 09:24 PM.
07-26-2013, 04:28 PM
#4
Anyone playing this?
Anyone got any tips for docking backwards into the cradle at the end?
Wherever I put the camera it's really hard to judge where you are.
What would be useful is a slowly rotating camera to give you better sense of perspective, because you can sometimes look lined up until you look from a different angle. I don't have the hands free to change camera as well as final approach control!
07-26-2013, 06:44 PM
#5
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Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
Anyone playing this?
Anyone got any tips for docking backwards into the cradle at the end?
Wherever I put the camera it's really hard to judge where you are.
What would be useful is a slowly rotating camera to give you better sense of perspective, because you can sometimes look lined up until you look from a different angle. I don't have the hands free to change camera as well as final approach control!
Are you using the "active pause" button? I find if very useful when docking to get a good overview while not wasting oxygen etc. Very handy!
08-19-2013, 09:14 AM
#6
Just have 1 quick question, the music in that trailer, is it the in game music too or it that just trailer music. Thanks.
09-22-2013, 06:39 PM
#7
I'd love to see the assets boosted. High res textures, more effects in space, more locales, rotating earth on some missions.

Aside from those, it's quite a relaxing game to play (So far).

👍
09-23-2013, 05:17 AM
#9
Looks like a good game or should I cal just app, though users should be given freedom to go away from the space craft visit planets and may be have better graphics

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