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  • Summary: Sets and Settings proudly presents their first iOS game, IRRUPT!

    IRRUPT is a fast paced game that requires quick reflexes, great timing, and strategic thinking on the fly. Somewhere out there, a space station has reconfigured itself into two parts to avoid an incoming asteroid shower.
    Sets and Settings proudly presents their first iOS game, IRRUPT!

    IRRUPT is a fast paced game that requires quick reflexes, great timing, and strategic thinking on the fly.
    Somewhere out there, a space station has reconfigured itself into two parts to avoid an incoming asteroid shower. But how will the crew get from one part of the station to the other? That's where you come in! Guide the never ending stream of brave astronauts as they attempt to reach safety. Tap and hold the screen to make your astronaut stop moving to avoid the falling asteroid blocks-- but be careful, once you let go, or your energy bar runs out, you'll boost forward at tremendous speeds.

    To help you along the way, there are collectable powerups that will trigger turrets which shoot obstacles to bits. There are 3 different turet types: Big Slow Shot, Tripple Shot, and a devastating Laserbeam!

    IRRUPT: How many can you save?
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  1. Oct 5, 2012
    100
    If you're a fan of simple arcade or casual games, then I highly recommend checking out Irrupt.
  2. Oct 11, 2012
    90
    Sometimes, when I'm playing Irrupt, the energetic chiptune soundtrack will wash over me and I'll get lost in a non-existent story. Like a 70s sci-fi TV show soundtrack by way of early 90s videogames, the music evokes shades of an epic salvage mission, or crucial repair operation. Then, suddenly, I remember: it's just a simple game about tapping on astronauts. A simple, beautiful game.
  3. Oct 5, 2012
    80
    There's no way anyone would mistake Irrupt for a "complex" or even a "deep" game, but it does simple fun very well. There's no leveling up or upgrading to be had but it's a great time killer for high score chasing iOS gamers.