It is year 4896 after the Last Reboot somewhere not so near.
A weird but very intelligent alien race called Boxes of Doom, with slightly kleptomaniac habits, has stolen very valuable Diamonds from the Boss.
Diamonds are scattered across the different levels in the Dimension N, each of which are connected with the Holes. You, as a test pilot of spaceship manufacturing company called Lime Green Pieces, have been ordered to return these diamonds immediately. In order to improve your chances in this mission, you have been given a new prototype of a spaceship called Cryex.
Just be careful not to scratch the paintwork - you are not immortal.
Your mission is to collect ten diamonds at each level and to return them to the Hole. There are 30 levels altogether.
In each game the diamonds will be placed randomly. At the start of each level, the ship is in the Hole. Your ship can carry maximum of five diamonds at a time.
The Ship will drop its cargo automatically when you fly over the Hole, which is a purple square. It will also drop its cargo if it is destroyed.
Boxes of Doom are guarding the diamonds. They have a shape of a box and they are blinking. The number of them will increase as you advance in the game.
You may shoot or avoid them, but they will reappear in a short time.
The farther you advance in the game, the more points you get. If your score is among the top ten, the result will be saved in the memory of your mobile phone.
Your score will also be sent to the internet. In case you do not want this, go to options and choose off.
You can see the results which are saved in the memory of your mobile phone by waiting for a short time in the main menu. The best scores among all players are to be seen at here.
· Multi-directional scrolling
· Local & global high scores
· Every game is different
· 30 levels
· Addictive gameplay
· Easy to learn, hard to master
· Semirealistic physics
· Supports joystick / D-pad
· Supports touchscreen
· On-screen pad
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Requirements:MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
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