This is a fun and challenging 25-stage path building game where you help a space rabbit navigate the furthest reaches of the known universe.
Use number squares to draw paths for the rabbit to walk down.
After your paths have been laid walk down them to collect the single star, double star, and triple star.
Walk through the exit portal to the next stage.
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Star Collector Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Draw paths which allow the rabbit to safely navigate space, collecting the stars in the correct order, then exiting through the portal to the next level.
Starting the Game
Tap the play button on the welcome screen to play.
If it is your first game you will immediately jump to the first level, which is also a tutorial.
If you have played the game before your web browser saves your game progress & you will start on the last level you played.
Use your mouse left click button and drag it up, down, left, or right from a number square to lay out your path.
If you make an error drawing a path click on the error square you drew to erase it and regain the credit.
Once your path has been laid click on the rabbit in the right column to activate walking mode.
Press the A key or the left arrow key to walk a square left.
Press the D key or the right arrow key to walk a square right.
Press the W key or the up arrow key to walk a square up.
Press the S key or the down arrow key to walk a square down.
Switch between path drawing mode, walking mode, and arrow direction adjustment by clicking on the icons in the right rail of the game.
Tap the screen with a finger and drag your finger across from the squares to draw paths.
Tap on square drawing errors to erase those squares.
Tap on the icons in the right rail navigation to switch between drawing paths, walking on them, and rotating arrow directions.
Controls & indicators
The lower left corner of the screen shows what level you are currently playing.
The upper left corner of the screen has a level select button link & the upper right corner has a restart level button.
Along the right side of each level are the mode switchers to change between drawing, walking, and rotating jump arrow directions.
Each square has a count on it showing how many square credits it has remaining.
The level select screen shows which levels are unlocked.
On the level select screen you can also turn sound or music off, adjust the building & movement speeds, and adjust the required swipe lengths.
This is a path builder game where you have to collect the 3 groups of stars in sequential order and then exit through the exit portal.
Each level has a set of squares with numbers on them.
You can use the credits in the number squares to draw paths allowing you to move around the level.
Each square can only be walked on once & then it disappears.
The only exception to this is the number squares themselves, which can be crossed multiple times.
The number square has a credit count on it & you can spend those credits drawing paths in any of the 4 cardinal directions.
Your paths from a particular number square can be split in multiple different directions.
A branch pointing in a particular direction (say up) can be as long as you wish provided you have enough credits to keep building it, BUT you can not later turn that branch after it is away from the core number square.
Each square you draw can only be crossed once.
The number squares are the only squares which can be crossed multiple times.
If you make a mistake with drawing squares you can click on the drawn squares to remove them, add the credits back to the core number square, and then redraw new paths.
These appear in levels 19 through 24.
When you draw a path which stops next to a jump arrow you can jump off of that path onto the jump arrow.
The jump arrow will then push you in the direction it faces how many ever squares there are until there is another aligned square to land on.
If you draw a path you walk on & the square is erased than the jump arrow will throw you to the next square which it is aligned with.
Rotating jump arrows
These appear in levels 23 through 25.
You can select the icon to the right of the playing field to rotate all rotating jump arrows 90 degrees.
You only have to use all of the rotating jump arrows to beat each level they appear on.
You have to use both to beat level 25.
This game has 25 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
You can go back and replay previously beat levels at any time.
Winning vs losing
You win by collecting the 3 star sets in order (1, 2, 3) and then making it through the portal exit.
You lose if your path or walk strategy does not allow the above.
If you walk the wrong path or draw the wrong path click on the path making tile in the right side and then either redraw your path or walk on it using a better route.
Each level of this game has a known starting point (where your character is), a known end point (the exit portal), and 3 locations you must visit in a particular known order.
Use your starting point & working back from the end point to half split the level layout.
If you are unsure of the layout try random configurations & as you run into areas that do not work you can pull squares back off the grid and draw new paths.
You can not walk on the same square twice unless it is one of the number squares.
Number squares can be repeatedly crossed and do not disappear.
All the other squares disappear after you step off them.
The only ways to cross paths in this game are to cross on a number square, or to use one of the jump arrows.
In the images at the bottom of this review we show the layout solution for how to beat levels 1 through 25.
You still have to walk the path, but a functional working layout path is shown for each stage.
The game is suited for players who like path making games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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