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Luke at the Stars


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Luke at the Stars

JohnBOne night, Luke decided to go out and visit the love of his life. However, an unfortunate note on the door informs him he's now alone in this world. To console himself, Luke wants nothing more than to stare at the stars. With all the buildings in the way, though, how can he? That's where you come into play. Luke at the Stars is a simple but charming puzzle game that's all about moving buildings out of the way so you can get a good view of the sky.

Luke at the StarsEach level in Luke at the Stars features a few building, each with different styles of floors. Tap one of the floors, then tap a floor on the adjacent building to swap them. Match at least two floor types and they disappear, lowering the building's height. The goal is to keep the rooftops from touching the sky.

There's no time limit in Luke at the Stars, nor is there much of an incentive to make complex move or clever swaps. There's a basic counter that shows you how long it took you to complete the level, but that's really it. The gameplay stays simple but gains challenge later on at just the right pace. The artwork and music really help set the mood, turning this lovely little diversion into a beautiful mobile puzzle game experience.

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the Nexus 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.

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