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Little Galaxy  



Little Galaxy planet hops on Android and iOS


7:00 PM on 08.27.2013



One of my favorite memories of Chad Concelmo is when I stayed at his home overnight and woke up the next morning to find him playing Super Mario Galaxy, cackling hysterically to himself while he tried to make Mario orbit one of the planetoids and ignored whatever his actual goal was. Good times. That memory was immediately brought back when I watched the trailer for Little Galaxy.

Truly, there are only a few common threads between the small mobile title and Nintendo's Wii juggernaut. The environments are delightfully colorful and the gameplay revolves around jumping between tiny planets with their own gravitational pull and collecting multicolored trinkets. Little Galaxy is restricted to only two dimensions and is a one touch game, but it looks like it could be a fun little diversion every now and then.








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