Spacing Out APK

Version 1.0.3 - org.hostedgames.spacingout
Last updated: 2019-12-07 04:08:45

Explore the planet of nightmares with your small team of warriors.

Spacing Out apk

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Download Version 1.0.3 (4)
Apk Size3.79 MB
App DeveloperHosted Games
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packageorg.hostedgames.spacingout.apk

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Spacing Out is hostedgames,spacingout,role,playing,spacing, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Hosted Games website who developed it. org.hostedgames.spacingout.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.0.3 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than Spacing Out APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 2+ times on store. You can also download org.hostedgames.spacingout APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Explore the planet of nightmares with your small team of warriors. Retrieve a powerful artifact from the claws of adversaries or die trying. Meet an enigmatic race of insectoid beings and befriend their hybrid queen, helping her bring peace to a captured hatchery. Get assisted by a powerful Pleiadian woman who mingles with the structure of time itself. Claim the artifact and embrace the options it gives you to forge a future of your desire.

"Spacing Out" is a 50,000 word interactive fantasy novel by Ivailo Daskalov, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

• Enjoy a personal tale of exploration, intense battles and reestablishing yourself in a world of your choice.
• Lead a small team of futuristic warriors.
• Evolve your expertise at sniping, close-range combat, melee combat, healing and forcefield generation.
• Get saved by a beautiful Pleiadian woman.
• Meet the enigmatic race of the insectoids and befriend their queen.
• Claim a powerful artifact and decide what to do with it.
• Play as male or female, gay or straight.
• Choose between 3 optional romances.

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Reviews From google play store

Gotta say this book has potential to be decent with characters, story etc. Just spelling mistakes, grammar all over the place. It's really off putting to the reader, if this was checked over correctly it might be a decent read. But still for the price what so you expect?

There's a lot of grammar errors and mispellings. There also aren't any checkpoints or savepoints, which isn't great considering that in certain scenarios, you can die instantly.

it seemed to jump around a bit and it was very easy for me to get lost.

Look I really wanted to love this. The story seemed good and the characters were good but the grammar and spelling mistakes everywhere... I just couldnt finish it. Every single one threw me out of the story. If youre going to make a game that is SOLELY based on text then you really need to make sure that text is up to scratch.

Some of the most piss poor writing I've experienced in a while. Even if you ignore the technical issues, like bad grammar and misspellings, the author often just leaves out information, or just completely underwhelms you with every aspect of the world they try to create. So boring.

A short read with an abrupt ending. Too many writing mistakes as well. Also, the concept had a very rich potential but the characterization, storytelling, and the story itself all failed to deliver. Stats aren't that well-defined too, and some parts are lacking and bordering on problematic in terms of progressive writing.

I tried to like this. The story was pretty interesting, but the grammar and spelling errors made it nearly impossible to finish. I can excuse a couple of typos here and there, mistakes happen, but this was clearly never proof read. If all the errors were fixed, this game might be pretty decent.

The story has a lot of potential, it has an interesting concept to be sure. But the grammatical and spelling errors are atrocious. I finished the story, but it was coming to the point where I was making my choices solely on the fact that they're predictable. The spelling and grammatical errors should be fixed, and the stats system needs to be polished, then the game would be amazing. But as of right now, it's only so-so

This is a good story but the grammar in this is so incorrect. It throws you out of the game. At some points you're like, "okay, it's the aliens trying to speak with the humans." But when the narrator makes this mistake for ex. "Meatwall whispers something into Valkyrie's year", then you know the writer didn't complete editing. Also the stats system is SOOOO incomplete.

The story had potential to go somewhere, but it threw you into a world expecting you to be able to grip everything easily. The writing completely ruined that, from grammar errors to sentences not even making sense, it shot itself down. For being free with ads, I didn't expect something too great considering it's length, but was more disappointed than I imagined. It could have been better, really.

Every time I tried getting into the story the grammatical and spelling errors pulled me out of it. I can understand an error every once in a while but it was practically every page.

The only thing (s) i found bad were the bad grammar, it would for example say" she likes blue wafflef ". Though it was rare and it didn't take from the experience in my opinion. The characters and their abilities, plus back story, could have been fleshed out better, especially the mystery character you meet later on. The endings as well tbh, a bit more payoff. But beggars can't be choosers and overall I found it was an amazing experience :D.

Worst spelling and grammsr issues I've seen in a game like this yet. There was definitely potential but I didn't even want to finish it after the sheer amount of glaring problems.

Bad story, good atmosphere, terrible grammar. Gay, feminist, and liberal actions are generally rewarded. The stats don't generally make sense, (lost 3 favor because you keep a gun in a hostile environment, gain 1 for not killing a possibly dangerous telepathic lizard creature the same person imprisoned.)

Another great game from the guys at hosted games. Loved the fact that it was free, sometimes i found the ads a bit too intrusive but weren't too bad.

The story is fine. Not golden but fine. Overall there is a ton of mistakes both programmed and writte but its free and i cant complain

While I understand that writers using English as a second language are pervasive throughout the online RPG/writing communities, this game's author didn't seem to bother utilizing any of the resources that community offers. The grammar and syntax errors could have been avoided with the judicious use of a peer review; unfortunately, that did not occur, and I regret purchasing this product (despite its small price tag and interesting premise).

The story was passable, I suppose, but the syntax was so awkward even reading it once was a chore.

The spelling and grammatical mistakes can be condoned because its free to play but i felt the ending was a bit abrupt

Worst writing ive ever seen on an interactive novel. I buy every one i read but i couldnt bring myself to do it. Its like 0 people proofread this, and if they did they should be fired.

Promising. It's interesting to explore and meet the characters and the world built around it is varied. The characters are a little too passive. Occasionally the interactions with them betray a little more personality, but unfortunately they mostly follow you like you're the chosen one and your word is law. Then you start talking like some sort of religious teacher out of the blue. When did you switch from soldier to philosopher? The stats screen leaves a lot to be desired. It doesn't let you consult your relationship status with the crew despite the fact that you are told when it changes and by how much, so it clearly isn't meant to be hidden information. Red dots and black dots are clearly meant to be some sort of karma system, but it's very ill defined. This might be by design though. I chose to respect the hybrid queens religion and burn the bodies of fallen warriors so they could be at peace. This earns me a black dot because it's not cheery work and we have to stop because of the fumes? I mean I get that stuff can have unintended consequences but some of it is just confusing. And it never really makes you reflect on the consequences. I had a black dot and that doesn't seem to affect my ending at all. I guess it's overridden by the ten red ones. Also, I kind of hoped that the eldritch horror in the final chamber, not to mention the unicorns and imps, would be explained somewhat. Is there a dialogue option I missed for that? Aside from that there are the spelling and grammar errors, but none of them so far make it impossible to understand, just break the immersion a little. Also there seems to be a glitch where you can repeatedly go back to the orange chamber and get another red dot by letting Astra sign her name again, then turn around and do so again.

While there where lots of small typos and mistakes, I love the story, the endings, and best of all, it's free! I love this story and I recommend it.

This was written with the intelligence of a child. It seemed like a good concept. But it was executed extremely poorly.

Excellent book/game!! Never thought I could fall in love with an insectoid queen...can't wait to read my next story :D

Some grammar issues and it could have used an epelgue

Great game so far want to see a sequel but could use some simple fixes here and there

It's a good game even though it has spelling errors you just have to look past that and enjoy it

The concept of the story is good but the grammar is so bad that it takes me out of the immersion. Pls fix

It could be a lot better in addition to the very short, confusing ending

Interesting, but very confusing.

Worst storytelling ever.

Don't charge the centipids

is there a guide for this game?

Good concept, but the characters seem a tad flat.

I really like the story line in this.

Fascinating first read experience...

Well I think it has a lot of potential to be a better story there was a lot of unexplained plot and randomly introduced characters the code was still visible and unfortunately the romance was scarce. I think the black dot red dot system wasn't explained at all and no relationship metered showed me who liked me and who didn't. It was just confusing and I think there are many unexplained points.

When choosing the doors to go through, you can repeatedly go through the red and purple doors and do the same choices to remove black dots and gain red dots. This spoils the book as it becomes very easy to obtain loads of dots. Please fix for a higher rating.

Like many of the other comments, I like it, but the grammer mistakes and bad sentences just makes it hard to read. Try cleaning it up a bit and it would be the best story yet

It's shorter than other games like this but I though if well written it could still be a good game. However it is not well written. It is full of spelling mistakes and the use of the wrong word and the narrative isn't very gripping. I found myself just playing to get to the end in the hope it gets better but it didn't.

The terrible English makes an already confusing story even more hard to understand. I tried to stick with it but gave up. Not worth the struggle...

Weak ending, lack of stats showing in stats screen. Could have been better but felt the climax is not there

This had a lot of potential. Needs some major editing and some thought regarding some of the options. I played through several times and the romances seem to have been thrown in there as almost an afterthought with exceptions to like two. Story seemed to jump a lot as well. The explanation for your equipment seems awful and even now I have very little of an idea of what the black and red dots are. There are also either glitches that should be taken care of that seem to allow for an infinite amount of the dots and relationship growth in the door scene. Overall I liked the idea behind it, but the method was almost lazy. Poor grammar and character development as well as an almost nonexistent stat system make you wonder if you are really doing anything.

Not bad, but it was a little short. The grammar threw me once in a while, but it wasn't the worst Ive seen.

Everyone is saying that the grammar is bad but even with the grammar mistakes, the story was good and the game was FREEE!!

Utter garbage make free THIS IS NOT A REQWEST it dies not take a lot of money to make such a game

Listen, dont take too much pressure on urselves. Just try your best to correct those mistakes.

The poorest writing ive ever seen

I finished the was really painful

Love it even though the grammar is atrocious.

Kinda boring

Best by this author so far




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approximate location (network-based)
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