Number 1 sports game in 120 countries on the App Store, Kickerinho World is the sequel to Kickerinho. Help Raul, Violet, Sydney and their team to become the best football jugglers in the world! And remember – practice makes perfect!
Kickerinho needs your help to become best juggler in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro! Will you help him fulfill this dream?
Juggle with your foot and head! Stall the ball on your neck and show your friends who is better! But remember: juggling is a skill that is improved by repetition. The more you do the better you will get.
So? What’s your score?
“Star Horizon stands on its own as a title that is well worth playing. The visual splendor alone would be more than enough to justify the purchase.” - 148Apps
“Star Horizon is a fiery and fitting tribute the likes of Afterburner and Starfox.” -
“Star Horizon serves as a showpiece for the iOS platform(…) the controls feel fine-tuned to near-perfection.” - MacLife
“Star Horizon is a slick pulse-raising arcade shooter that evokes many of the best sci-fi space battles in recent cinematic and TV history” - pocketgamer.co.uk
About the game
You are John, a private in the service of the Federation who doesn’t fight to rack up kills or for honour and pride, he just fights to survive and get the whole thing over with. His ship is controlled by Ellie, an Artificial Intelligence which is programmed to help pilots stay mentally strong throughout the war and which can not kill human beings.
The Inter Galactic Corporation (also known as the Federation) which controls almost the entire galaxy is fighting the Rebels, who try to free themselves from its influence.
Federation is about to turn the tide of the war but then things start to go wrong. Mothership is destroyed and Ellie puts John into hibernation for 1000 years. Now he will have to discover what really happened and maybe, but just maybe, save the galaxy.
John doesn’t stand out physically, but he’s an intelligent man and a good pilot. Unfortunately, he’s also completely apathetic and lacking motivation. The war seems pointless to him, and he fights without any real strategy or sense of leadership. He comes alive on shore leave, and is just as happy being in suspended hibernation on long-haul flights. Combat requires a certain level of enthusiasm which John just can’t muster. He’s a great pilot, but he doesn’t fight to rack up kills or for honour and pride, he just fights to survive and get the whole thing over with.
Ellie is a master control program, a copy of which is present in every Federation ship. She is a personality-based A.I. and is essentially a stripped-down version of the master Mothership A.I. of the Federation fleet. However, as the game progresses she undergoes her own changes, eventually becoming more human (the ‘Pinocchio’ effect). Programmed with psychological subroutines to help pilots stay mentally strong throughout the war, she tries to communicate with John in a more human way, but completely fails at it. Despite being a sophisticated piece of programming, she lacks real empathy and seems cold. Even so, she sometimes uses words and phrases that her A.I. counterparts in the other ships don’t use. This gets her into trouble, as with her inadvertent sarcasm in her praise for some of John’s less well-planned decisions.
Orbital Knight mixes the future with the past.
This is how we make our games – blending the essence of old school ones with the novelty of mobile gaming and its possibilities to play.
It all began in 2012, Warsaw, Poland. Our love for games helped us emerge out of BlueSoft, a Polish-based IT company that supports us on this journey. The Universe arranged it somehow that we would meet each other and form a game development studio. We started as Tabasco Interactive, then re-branded in 2017 to Orbital Knight.
Our core team is now 13 knights and we’re still expanding in space and universe, waiting for those who are brave to come.