Space Colony by maxelus.net

Space Colony by maxelus.net

Any sci-fi fans looking for a beautiful new wallpaper? Space Colony by maxelus.net has some absolutely gorgeous scenes and a ton of options to tweak the look and feel of your wallpaper.

image There are 5 different skies from which you can choose

  • Gelidon’s Moon
  • Clouds on Doa Planet
  • New Hope Planet
  • Atlantis Underground
  • Melanea’s Moon

You also have options to change the “Toxic Aura” surrounding the buildings, you can turn it off or set the aura power low, medium or high.

Toxic Aura colors

  • Red
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Violet

There’s a bunch of options when you get to the “Building illumination”

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There are also 7 different non-descript options for “Camera tracks” and 4 different options for the speed.  Probably my favorite options are the ones that allow you to effect the camera panning through the colony with the accelerometer.

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Click the icon below and check it out on the Play Store!

Space Colony

 

 

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