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[FREE][GAME] Crazy Satellite


I want to share with you my new Android game!

Crazy Satellite is a new challenging one level mini game (highscore) where you have to save a satellite of being hit by asteroids, planets and galaxies orbiting in outer space. You can pick the yellow stars to obtain more points. But be careful and don't fall inside the black hole or everything will go faster due to the gravitational force. Use your finger to drag and move the satellite around the screen.


Have fun :)


RE: What's the most important thing when buying a phone?

I just upgraded to the S5 and the contributing factors that I look at are aesthetics, weight, size, and options that make a particular phone or device stand out from the crowd. In the case of the S5 it was the only phone that had all the things I was looking for (see above) plus the water resistent and dust resistent aspects because water intrusion is my biggest cause for destroying phones.

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