Solar Smash is a really peculiar strategy-based video game that challenges you to destroy a planet and get rid of all its population.
Gameplay in Solar Smash goes like this: as soon as you start the game, you'll encounter a planet (by default it's planet Earth, but you can change it for other planets). On the side of the screen, you'll find a few buttons, each one is a different type of interplanetary attack. You'll be armed with missiles and black holes, laser beams, solar radiation, collapsing against other planets, and so on. The idea is to launch attacks on the planet until it's reduced to nothing but smithereens and, of course, to destroy its population.
An interesting aspect of Solar Smash is that all the planets have a realistic and great 3D design to make your gaming experience even more immersive. On the other hand, in the lower part of the screen, you can check out the number of residents the planet started with, those who are still alive, and those you've gotten rid of. The lit-up areas have the highest population density, so focus on those to achieve your goal faster.
Solar Smash is a video game with a disturbing but really entertaining premise. The game also includes really good visual effects so you can be fully aware of the scope of the attacks you're launching.