We choose to go to Moon

Let’s make THE Stellar game

My dreams have been very vivid and they look like the Stellar game. I had to put my imagination into pixels.


What is Stellar

Stellar is a decentralized protocol for sending and receiving money in any pair of currencies. You can read all about Stellar here. I encourage you to sign up and exchange Stellars with your friends.


We choose to go to the Moon. We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.
John. F. Kennedy

Let’s play

The idea is simple — Stellar rocket has to land on the moon. Playing the game alone might be fun and interesting, but it’s also limiting. You need to gather your friends and make a great team.

To successfully complete the game you will need:

#1 Stellar wallet

After your sign up you’d have to connect with as many as possible friends. They will help you get a looooot of Stellars to power up your Stellar rocket.

#2 Energy

You need a lot of energy to get to required velocity and exceed the planet’s gravitational potential. The faster you go and come back, the most chances you have to come back home healthy.

#3 Team

You will have to pick just the right number of people, because the mass is reflected in the potential energy provided by gravity + kinetic energy. Teamwork builds trust and trust builds speed.

Ka-ching!

#4 Mission mode

To get from earth to moon you need to travel 380,000 km. Remember Direct Ascent, Earth Orbit Rendezvous, Lunar Orbit Rendezvous and Lunar Surface Rendezvous modes. The slowest travel took 1 year, 1 month and 2 weeks and the fastest only 8 hours, 35 minutes.

Ohhh, I wonder what would be the best way to get Stellar rocket to the Moon?

Orientation

I imagine adding tilt moving.

The zero point needs to be relative to however the phone is being held.

Flat

Right {evt.gamma: 45}

Down {evt.beta: 45}

Levels

Changing background colors depends on how close to the moon you get.

It would make me so happy if we can build this game together (for iPhone/ Android). Unfortunately I am not a coding ninja, but I am sure you are.

Are you interested? Let’s connect.