Squawk - A space odyssey

Squawk - A space odyssey Free Game

Rated 4.43/5 (186) —  Free Android application by Rho games


About Squawk - A space odyssey

Beware! Squawk is a very hard game, are you tough enough to compete against space?

The space is a dangerous place with a lot of threats. Try to dodge planets and black holes to get as far as possible in a beautiful 8-bit style universe. Collect space tags to travel through space and time, to get to new galaxies and collect stars for upgrades and new ships! The universe is dangerous, are you brave enough to resist the danger and get the best astronaut out there?

- 8-bit retro style graphics
- different game modes
- collect stars to upgrade and buy new ships
- compete with the rest of the world with Google Play Service
- Complete missions for more stars

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How to Download / Install

Download and install Squawk - A space odyssey version 1.0.2 on your Android device!
Downloaded 10,000+ times, content rating: Not rated
Android package: com.Rhogames.Squawk, download Squawk - A space odyssey.apk

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Game History & Updates

What's Changed
Thank you for playing and the nice feedback!
We have now added the language "German".
ToDo-list for next updates:
-more languages
-more content
-possibility to change game mode at beginning
If you find a bug or have a suggestion, feel free to contact us :D

What are users saying about Squawk - A space odyssey

by M####:


by P####:

Love the art style

by X####:

Bombarded with ad after ad. No time for this

by O####:

Was really unimpressed reviews read great but truth is it's simple and boring

by K####:

Very repetitive play and far too reliant on it being "addicting" (has no substance).

by H####:

Hey Rho we are so excited for the next prehistoric worm update.This game is also fun to play.But can you add a thing that can shoot bullet and laser Also make sure to add monster would be more challenging.Bye the way haven't play but i watch the trailer and look at people ratings.Many people liked it and im sure this game will be popular.Thank you

by N####:

Game is difficult and simple, yet satisfying

by E####:

Best quick and simple space Odyssey game I've played on android yet!

by C####:

This is a very original game idea its difficult but still really fun.

by F####:

Best game of all time

by Y####:

Damn,how do you do it. Keep it up

by J####:

I love the simple graphics and the gameplay itself is really fun and addicting, the game shows a lot of potential!

by R####:

Fun timewaster,has the same gameplay as Jrump,although a spaceship makes more sense than the 45th president of the united states.overall,its fine

by A####:

The game promises space is a dangerous place and the game certainly delivers on that. The problem is space being dangerous in this case means a cluttering of randomly generated planets and black holes that require quick precise dodging with a lackluster control system lest you die and suffer another annoying, albeit it, quickly skippable​ advertisement. Oddly named squawk (why the hell is it named squawk?? [Answered by the devs]) this game excels at being very... Mediocre. At its core its a charming little game about bouncing a rocket around dangers whilst trying to get collectables to buy upgrades for these collectables so that one day you might finally be able to buy a new space craft. The problem is anybody who has ever played a doodle jump-esque game of this nature to death before will be immediately bored by it before they've even picked it up. Control wise it feels ever so slightly uncontrollable at times which speaks highly of the games physics when bouncing off the line you draw. Its very accurate but annoyingly so. The obstacles you dodge (planets and black holes) come at you fast and in high quantities as you fly up the screen. Though the game gives you forewarnings for their sudden appearance it can quickly become slightly too clustered and i found myself on more than one occasion in positions where i seemingly had no choice but to die (and enjoy another bloody advert). The other game modes that you get brief windows to play in (as they come in the form of upgradeable collectables) are much funner than the default controls and leads me to ask as to why they're not permanent game play styles that can be toggled between as the default? Maybe its a personal issue but i find bouncing off a drawn line both frustrating and boring and id much rather play in the game's snakemode or shootmode. The graphics for the game reek of mediocrity too. Pixel art can be beautiful if done right and whilst the games art is alright, its very boring and gets repetitive real quick. I wanted a new space ship and more colours in the game by like my 5th go. Overall id recommend the game for a short half hour waste but its a game that plays its full hand within the first couple of goes and it quickly becomes apparent that the game is actually rather dull. Not bad. Just dull. ...oh and dial it back on the ads a little bit. I had one between every go at one point. Edit+ Thanks to the developers for the reply, especially about what a squawk is; you learn something new everyday! I'll be keeping my eye on this game as its rare to see developers taking criticism so well and enthusiastically, so kudos to them.

by Z####:

Ok. Nothing great. Another game where you play over and over to build up bonuses. I'm kind of tired of them.

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by D####:

Very good

by V####:

10 outa 10 great download it

by U####:

Your mom

by I####:

Cool I love the pixel graphics

by T####:

Addiction is great component

by L####:

Helps when I have nothing to do .

by S####:

Make it so there's like a ship that you can watch to get to just customize your own ship and like you get parts

by G####:

The controls are kind of confusing please fix

by Q####:

I think its a pretty cool game. My phone is kinda hard to roll with but ita worth it

by B####:

A bit boring. Could use a little touch that really makes it this game. Something unique.

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