Released by chilly durango, Rocketfella is really a new entry into the endless genre. In Rocketfella, players will assume the function of an unnamed character, who definitely are using a jetpack to fly ever upwards. Players is going to be encountering goons on the way, which can be dealt with by smashing into them from below, or just avoided.
Should one of those encounters result in a less-than-desirable fashion, say landing and being attacked, the jetpack will take damage that will cause it to malfunction. At that point, players will need to try to collect canisters, to revive the jetpack to proper condition. The jetpack also can run out of fuel, so keeping an eye out for a safe place to land and permit it to recharge is essential, since falling to the bottom from the screen is fatal.
– 5 unique game-changing jetpacks
– 6 thundering chiptunes by 6 talented artists
– 7 unlockable palettes
– Infinite smash-able terrain
– 3 control modes (on-screen buttons, touch’n’tilt and touch anywhere)
– Classic four-color pixel art in a swap-able palette
The game has got the retro, pixelated look, even going to the purpose of feeling close to monochromatic, the requisite chiptune soundtrack, and touchscreen controls activate the jetpack when held, as well as steering to one side or another. Rocketfella can be obtained for free from Google Play, and features a singular optional IAP.
Google Play: Rocketfella