Can you bring an end to human history? Experience the terrifying power of asteroids in this unique and visually outstanding puzzle game!
Maximize the devastating damage by arranging your impacts smartly, as you take control over one of the greatest threats to life on Earth.
Based on scientific computation models and presented with breathtaking visuals, Earth Impact offers a spectacular and surprisingly challenging puzzling experience with a deeper background.
● Simple and casual, yet challenging puzzling experience with a tactical touch
● Highly detailed graphics - follow the sunsets and see the sun glinting in the rivers of South America
● Free navigation around Earth in the second half of the game
● Simulation of direct impact effects based on scientific computation models
● Clean Premium App: Free of any ads and in-app purchases
Apophis is a near Earth asteroid with a diameter of 270 metres. In this simulation the aseroid first hits and then sends fragments from the collision back into ...
Greatly improved impact effects: no more white circles for the blast wave visualization! Other fixes: - Enhancements for iPhone X - Support for playing background audio (Spotify, etc.) when game audio gets disabled
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Earth Impact Reviews (2,242)
I died at 2:57. Darn it.
I still alive '-'
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APOPHIS CARRIES GOD's MESSAGE IN 2029 BECAUSE APOPHIS IS STAR OF BETHLEHEM!!! Search END OF THE WORLD 7 SECRETS by gideon
Wooow... fire tsunami!!!
Just don’t see the point for a paid game. Really boring very quickly. You think it leads to something more but does not. Don’t waste money.
Really cool, lots of potential, but somebody please explain chapter 7 to me. I have tried every combination of cities and countries to start with. I have glassed Asia 20 times over and have not gotten past 20 percent of the population
I made it to Chapter 10 I took a break from playing for a couple weeks since i sas stuck on chapter 7. My question is how many chapters does this game have ?
I must say im a little disappointed because i was kind of hoping for a fireballs, Tsunami‘s the earths crush rupturing :/ sadly none of that the area just turns dark grey its rather lack lusting and i feel implementing them would have it alot more enjoyable. The puzzle aspect is... okay needs a bit more but its okay.
India cricket boi
It’s so hard
Chuck Norris always give more bang for your buck. In other words, he will roundhouse kick you in the face, then take your wallet.
The concept is great. But lacking visual graphics to make this entertaining. I would suggestion inserting animated asteroids plummeting down or smoke effects after the destruction. Just looked like a rushed project by insert a black circle with no meaning.
This is a really good game and I enjoy it, but level 7 😂😂 got any tips?
You think it will be a cool high graphics interactive game but it’s just tapping places on a map to make lights go out. Very dull. Deleted within 3 min.
I thought it was Anubis that sent that asteroid full of naquada
Remember when they first discovered this and thought itd actually hit earth in 2036
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