- #: 207814
- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: 2011-02-24
- Current Version: 1.0
- 1.0 (iOS 4.0 Tested)
- Size: 65.30 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Gale Force Logic, Inc.
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
- © Gale Force Logic, Inc.
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Create customizable celestial soundscapes in Mujokan: Planemo(tm), powered by the Unreal Engine! Touch planets to play a variety of ambient music tracks and mix/match into your own audio/visual experience.***INTRODUCING PLANEMO***Planemo, first in…..
Rated 4/5 based on 2 customer reviews.
Beautiful chill app
Some really nice ambient music and sounds in here, with good scenery. Look forward to seeing what comes next!
Good Start, But Needs Work
Kevin Agot write:
The splash screen logo is quite impressive and the Unreal Tech really shines there. However, the animation on the rest of the app leaves much to be desired. Essentially, users are presented with screens with planets, that when touched, emit a unique sound. The sounds resonate wonderfully for a pre-determined time. There is a small spaceship that orbits intermittently. But, after quite some time, it actually takes you to another screen where a planet resembling Earth alongside its satellite moon are a refreshing addition to the sights and sounds of this pocket universe.
While toggling between the first two screens is available by touching the gold orb hovering in the lower corners. This orb is mysteriously absent for those who want to get to the other "hidden" screen. Toggling to get to the "Earth" screen only occurs when the shuttle flies by. But, once we are brought there, it isn't easy going back. This baffles me.
Unreal is known for their stunningly visual presentation. However, the presentation here is a bit mundane as we are presented with stationary planets which spin along their respective axises once touched.
While the sounds emitted are at once melancholy, somber and majestic, the graphical appeal of the app is not what one would expect given the pedigree of the brand name.
I'd rather not belabor future enhancements noted by the dev on the app screen but (and forgive me if I mistakenly parrot them because I cannot remember what they are as I type this out), but other than the obvious flaws I mentioned here, I'd like to see way to record a loop that we can use for longer periods of enjoyment allowing us to play the loops over and over in the background while we're studying, say , or meditating.
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