If you liked Flight Control but just wanted to collide for the fun of it sometimes..then Rocketards will scratch that itch. It's like bumper cars in the sky.
Rocketards is a beautifully simple yet addictive dynamic line drawing strategy game where you control a team of crazy aliens with rocket packs called Rocketards.
Rocketards like to collide into each other and you need to make sure they can collide with enemy rocketards without crashing.
Rocketards fun it is addictive.
Draw a path for your Rocketards with the aim to collide with the front of your rocketard into the side and back of the enemy Rocketards.
The game will increase with difficulty by requiring you to manage multiple Rocketards and deal with smarter and more aggressive enemy Rocketards.
Although Rocketards was created by us, the game would not have been possible without the super skills and hard work of our Developer (Phil) and Artist (Marce).
Phil Inglis is behind some great games on the appstore and was kind enough to lend us his skills to create all the code behind the Rocketards game. Top job Phil. Thanks!
Marcela Ribero is the artist behind Rocketards and it was her work that inspired the creation of the rocketard characters. Thanks Marce for your beautiful work.
The music track on the game is called BMX from the album Machine Is My Animal by a cool band called City of Satellites
City of Satellites is an Australian duo from two cities hundreds of miles apart - Jarrod Manuel (vocals, guitar, synths) is based in Adelaide, while Thomas Diakomichalis (drums, synths, production) is based in Sydney. Jarrod and Thomas began writing music inspired by the shoegazer, stoner and grunge heroes of their high school days, but over time they have come to embrace and more deeply explore the sonic palette of the electronic era that helped shape their earlier formative years.
In City of Satellites' music, raw guitar tones, rich vocal melodies and dynamic percussive rhythms dance and weave around layers of vintage synthesizers, textures and sequences, creating ethereal yet structured electronic pop. The band flesh out the elegant skeleton of post-rock with the warm, melodic muscle of shoegaze rock.
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