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theVoyager

If science fiction is to be entertained for a while, in about half a billion years, rising solar heat will transform global warming into planetary purgatory. Earth will be simply too hot to sustain human life. Our descendants will be forced to depart the home planet, seeking asylum on worlds now unknown. While you may not be a part of that exodus, we can always give you the thrill and exhilaration of a journey through space…right here.

Welcome to theVoyager, where you can have loads of fun, unravelling the mystique of the universe.


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HOW IT WORKS
The challenge is to safely land your shuttle on a planet or any other celestial body. If you miss the landing pad or hit it at high speed, your shuttle will crash.
You can choose the planet or any other celestial body you want to land on. The higher the gravity of the body, the more difficult it will be for you to land on it.
Here is how you can manoeuvre the movement of your shuttle:

Use Down Arrow Key : to begin landing & control landing speed.
Right Arrow Key : To move to the left.
Left Arrow Key : To move to the right.

A word of caution : Your landing must be slow and gentle, you don't want to crash land, do you?
Select your landing place and go. The planet with the lowest gravity appears first from the left.

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