Pick up the trash with Space Junk for the BlackBerry PlayBook

By Adam Zeis on 24 Jun 2011 01:58 pm EDT
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If you're looking for a good, inexpensive time killer on your BlackBerry PlayBook, look no further than Space Junk. The game is simple but will draw you in and keep you coming back for more. Space Junk is great for kids of all ages with it's great graphics and fun gameplay. The premise is simple - guide your rocket through space in an effort to collect all of the junk floating around. As you collect more and more your score goes up but your speed increases as well. Avoid crashing into planets and asteroids and be on the lookout for mind-warping black holes and tricky lost astronauts. Space Junk is available in BlackBerry App World for just $0.99. Check out the video above to see it in action.

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5 comments

accuberryedwin

ok but can we get some hardcore games for the the Playbook, no one is taking advantage of anything the playbook can do.

pixelbrain

Hi Adam, thanks for the post.

Casper, I can imagine most of the PlayBook game developers are waiting for the Native Development Kit to be released by RIM. Once that happens, you can bet the games will start to take advantage of the power of the PlayBook and start leaning towards the hardcore side of the gaming experience.

Until then, we are doing what we can with Adobe AIR (Flash) - and that has been a bit under-powered on the PlayBook until the recent 1.06 OS update.

Hang tight, the games are coming.

Steve
Pixel Brain Games
www.pixelbraingames.com

Nashstruck

You mean that developers haven't had the full access to develop games and other softwares for the playbook yet?
That's terrible right. RIM should have released it a month before pb launch.

pixelbrain

p.s. I have just sent version 1.2 of Space Junk to RIM for approval.

Release Notes:

Sound and Music volumes will no longer be set to 0 on very first run.
Added scoring awards for captured satellites and astronauts based on multiplier.
Slightly increased player up and down movement speed (also based on multiplier).

Steve
Pixel Brain Games
www.pixelbraingames.com

def1014

This sucks. We have run out of Playbook news.