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0RBITALIS is a gravity-based puzzle game. Launch probes to explore remote constellations and send interplanetary missiles against other planets. Whatever you chose, you'll be alone facing the strongest enemy in the Universe: Gravity. Study it; trick it; defeat it. With just one click.

The game is currently in beta so bugs are to be expected and more features are to come I'm sure, looks like the game itself could be quite tricky, but it's an interesting theme and for $3.14 it's a steal guys.

Features
* Unique aesthetic
* Addictive gravity-based gameplay
* Share your best orbits on Facebook
* Over 50 missions (exploring, planetary probing, landing and attacking)
* Innovative in-game interaction: menues are levels too

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Ps. I do hope IndieGameStand offer up public buy button code on their game pages soon, it looks much fancier than a link.

PPs. It's also available on Itch.io here. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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