Geostorm game review – Android & iOS

December 2, 2017 — by Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh0

While Geostorm the movie didn’t do too well at the box office, we can say without a doubt that the game is actually pretty good.


The download size might be an issue for some as the game is a little over 500mb but it looks and plays great. Visually, it looks very similar to the Tomb Raider or Hitman Go games. It even controls similarly to them. The story is also along the same lines as the movie, planet in peril, project Geostorm can save the planet, woops rogue satellites, etc etc.

There are four different characters to play with and four different locations around the world (one of them is in space) that the events of the game take place in.

Geostorm is a puzzle game, where you have to make your way to the exit making use of various elements in the environment. There’s optional missions or quests on levels too, where you collect information or data to stop the rogue satellites from frying the earth. They’re worth bonus points and they add a bit more challenge to levels.

Controls are fairly simple and it takes just one or two levels to get a good grasp over the controls. Simply swipe in the direction you wish to move in to take a step in that direction and tap directly on the objects you wish to interact with when prompted. But don’t let the easy controls fool you, the levels get pretty challenging as you progress through the game. Many puzzles will require you to think a good amount before you figure it out and progress to the next level.

While we didn’t come across any ads for the first few levels, we were prompted with ads to progress for every level post level 5. You basically watch an ad to unlock the next level. You can, however, pay to unlock all levels and get rid of the ads. Give Geostorm a go if you’re into puzzle games.

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7.5 / 10  
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Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh

If he's not gaming, he's... no wait he's always gaming.

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