'Apollo Null' Tasks You With Doing Math in Space

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Jesper Hyldahl Fogh has announced his new game Apollo Null. This puzzler will have you doing math by connecting planets. Each planet has a number on it, and there are meteors with mathematics symbols on them. So, what you have to do is to link the numbers up properly so that the equation ultimately equals zero. You don't have to be a math major to know that this has the potential to get rather complicated. Good luck!




The good news is that the game will itself cost you nothing to download, though hints will be offered. 65 levels are planned for launch, and if that's not enough, there's emoji horoscopes?! Wow, this game really does have it all! Apollo Null will be available on November 16th on iOS and Android. A special note, the game will be available on Google Play, Amazon Appstore, and itch.io for Android players. itch.io is a particularly cool marketplace that hosts a lot of neat indie games from the oddball to bigger developers choosing to support the developer-friendly store.