Green the Planet 2 Is A Relaxing, Easy-To-Play Game

Smartphone is quite an interesting gadget, we carry it around with us everywhere we go, more or less, and it has a ton of uses, from being a phone, a calculator and an mp3 player, to being a screen for our TV shows, a computer, etc. That being said, each of us uses smartphone applications on a daily basis, so it’s not exactly surprising how many apps we have at our disposal over at Google’s Play Store these days, games included. Not all of us are gamers, but those of you who like to play games, at least from time to time, read on.

Now, some of you have probably heard of a game called ‘Green the Planet’, well, the developer had actually released a successor to that game, ‘Green the Planet 2’, and even though it has been available in the Google Play Store for a while now, we didn’t get a chance to talk about it sooner. This game has been downloaded over 500,000 times thus far, and it holds a 4.3-star rating in the Play Store. This game is quite relaxing and easy to play, even though some people had issues with the game’s stability in the past, the developer seems to have fixed all issues really fast, and the game works really well now. Having that in mind, this game is quite odd, that needs to be said, but once you get going, you’ll realize that it’s quite enjoyable to play.

The moment you fire up this game, you’ll be located on a planet that needs to be ‘greened’. Your goal in this game is to shoot down comets which are flying in the atmosphere, and then decompose them. You’ll get items after you decompose comets, items which are converted into energy by the spaceship. All you have to do after that is inject that energy into the planet in order to ‘green’ it. Once you’re done with a particular planet, you’ll travel to a different one. Relaxing music gets combined with a relaxing gameplay, and truth be told obsolete graphics, but you’ll be surprised how relaxed you’ll be while you’re playing this game, despite its graphics. The Green the Planet 2 game is completely free to play, so if you’re interested, click on the Google Play banner down below.

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