Rocket Stars Game Keeps You On Your Toes At All Times

Yesterday we talked about a rather fun game called 'Smash Island'. Now, this is quite a simple game that was well received by the community, and coincidentally, we’ve stumbled upon yet another rather simple game to share with you today. A game in question is called 'Rocket Stars', and it is quite a bit different than Smash Island, but it’s quite fun nonetheless. In any case, let’s see what this game has to offer, shall we?

The Rocket Stars is one of those "easy to play, hard to master" games. The premise of this game is incredibly simple, all you have to do is fire your bottle rocket at the right time in order to avoid obstacles. You’ll need to fire this rocket towards circulating walls, and if you don’t tap the display at the right time, the rocket will either get deflected, explode or return back and give you a new try to fire it, and it all depends on what kind of a circulating obstacle it hits, and at what time you launch it. Now, do keep in mind that you should not wait for too long because the rocket will explode if you don’t hurry up, which basically keeps you on your toes at all times. The graphics are quite simple in this game, but that’s not exactly surprising, as this is a casual game and considering the kind of gameplay we’re looking at here, such simple graphics fits in perfectly.

Now, we’ve seen similar games to Rocket Stars, but in most of them you can wait as long as you want to tap on the display, while this game brings another layer to the table as you basically have to tap on the display as soon as possible. Your goal in this game is to keep the rocket alive for as long as you can, the more times you hit your target, the more points you’ll get. This game currently holds a 4.8-star rating in the Google Play Store, and currently has over 200 reviews, as it hasn’t been available in the Play Store for that long. This game is completely free to download and play, in case you’re interested, and before you do that, you can check out a set of official images in the gallery down below.

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