Written by MochiBits, LLC

Rated 2 From 1 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2017-09-14
  • New version: 1.2
  • File size: 86.62 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later


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ORBB is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by MochiBits, LLC. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - MochiBits, LLC, with the latest current version being 1.2 which was officially released on 2017-09-14. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 1 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 2 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Relax and challenge yourself with this ethereal space experience. ORBB is a no-death, no time-limit game where you jump from planet to planet to clear stars. 5/5 "Excellent graphics and easy interface makes for an enjoyable experience that’ll last!" 5/5 "From the charming sound effects to the relaxing music, this game is just plain fun. You’re not punished for experimentation, which is also wonderful." Go at your own pace or challenge yourself to get the bonus time achievement as you warp through wormholes and fly around anti-gravity! FEATURES: ● 5 phases ● 60 unique levels ● NO ads ● Original music from Whitaker Trebella, the creator of Pivvot and Polymer! Thank you for playing our game! Cheers! -Kyle and Howard -- Contact us: info@mochibits.com Like us: http://facebook.com/MochiBits Follow us: http://twitter.com/MochiBits

Top Reviews

  • Undecided

    By 1015811414
    Not as relaxing as I would like or hoped. Especially when you get to the more difficult levels. Then the stress increases. But it fun. Look for something else if stress reduction is the reason for your search.
  • Relaxing Fun

    By NotHowButWhen
    I thought this was another fast-paced game. It turned out to be a relatively easy game, at least at the start. You don’t die in the game, even when you fall off the map, it send you the opposite end and you come back in as if nothing happened. Surprising at first. Even the gravity didn’t work how I thought it would. After a while though, everything makes sense and brings you into this Zen-like feel. Especially with the cool music it uses. It gets harder later on though. But the Zen feel isn’t lost. Not what I expected but it actually came out to be very fun. I think it isn’t a trigger game or action game. Maybe a puzzler. Nice.
  • Simple, soothing, and addicting!

    By Pyangpyang
    I really love this game! I wasn't sure what to expect when I downloaded it but it had great reviews and looked beautiful. The main reason I like it is because I can't die. You literally can't die. The clock keeps ticking up but you can do whatever you want and really enjoy each level. My favorites are the warpy levels. Also the music is so soothing, you can probably fall asleep to the music. Hah! Anyone reading this give the game a shot. You won't regret it. :)
  • Therapeutic And Relaxing

    By Zaxby'sCook
    This is a great way for me to "de-stress". The relaxing music and sound effects are great, but the option to turn them off are awesome too, if you want to play your own music while playing. I got this for free from the app AppsGoneFree, that notifies me when new apps and games become free in the App Store. I don't mean to advertise for another app in this review, I just thought I should share that! Anyway, the creators of ORBB have really struck gold with this calming, casual gaming experience. Thanks guys! 😊
  • Unique and fascinating

    By Mekratrig
    I'm drawn to unusual games, probably begause I play too many conventional ones. Orbb appeals to me because there's no running out of time or 'shots'. Plus, there's a nice, steady advance of difficulty (at least so far). So you don't hit an impossible level which ends the enjoyment and quickly turns to frustration. Anothar positive is the learning challenge - how the top, bottom, and sides of the screen are connected and how to use that to your advantage to complete difficult shots. Same goes for the warp portals and antigravity zones.
  • Relaxing and interesting

    By Wyckit
    I downloaded this game and I'm glad I did. I find it to be fun and addicting (but in a good way). I'm happiest because there isn't any worry about time limits, and your character doesn't die every few seconds. You just keep going until you're done removing stars. Bravo, developers. We need more like this.
  • Just rRelax and be amused!

    By Las59
    This game is quite nice. It just plain relieves stress and relaxes you as you play. It's graphics are simple and clean. So is the game! It is so simple to play just tap the screen anywhere to launch you ball. It's all about timing and a little aiming. Anyway, I like this game for what it is, a time burner (like in lines) and a brain relaxer. 😜
  • Gets the old brain in gear

    By Susie Summit
    This is a game that requires concentration and timing, so it is good to get the brain paying attention, BUT it is actually pretty relaxing since you're only competing against yourself. I find myself taking breaths & slowing myself down to accomplish goals. Enjoying the game so far! Thanks!
  • Everything I like in a game

    By KurtJoe
    Relaxing, challenging, but not frustrating. Uses smarts without being hard to play. In fact it's super easy to play. But if you understand the physics of angular momentum and gravitational forces you'll do even better. Just plain fun.
  • Very relaxing game

    By Qu4rky
    The game is very relaxing, thoughtful, but the countdown can be distracting. I think I would enjoy it more if the countdown was not present, the game is already a vastly different and beautiful game without the countdown, having that extra anxiety inducing green light on the right takes away from the game's main strengths and uniqueness.

External Links

MochiBits, LLC Official Website

Download for $1.99 on On iTunes
Download for Android

This page was last edited on 2017-09-14.
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