SPACETEAM sends you and up to seven friends into space aboard a spaceship. Your duty is to follow the instructions to pilot the craft and keep it from danger. Each player joins the game on their device (a combination of different phones/tablets/platforms is fine) and then enter the game together. The easiest mode is WiFi, but players can start a private game using Bluetooth (must be on the same platform) or using the Bunch app to video chat from afar. Once the game launches, each player has a control panel with a variety of labeled toggle switches, buttons, dials, and selector switches. They will also receive a timed instruction, such as "Unbind Vaportool" or "Set Technovortext to 2." Sound like gibberish? It is. But the commands correspond to the buttons and dials on one of the control panels. Sometimes a player will receive an instruction for their own panel, but usually it will fall on someone else's panel. The result is that players are all asking (or, more typically, shouting) for the command to be completed. If the proper action is taken, the command will disappear and a new one will be given. If not, players will start to see damage to their controls by way of oozing slime, smoke, and falling panels. Some of these can be fixed if the player has time. The instructions come in rounds, so the goal is to survive each round. At the beginning of a new round, players are given a new control panel, but there may also be "anomalies." This could mean that the pieces of the control panel are moving around, or the words are replaced by symbols, or something else crazy is going on. If you're not yet feeling anxious, that's good, because you also have to be aware of asteroids and wormholes that require the entire team to shake or flip their devices. There are in-app purchases for upgrades such as new modes, challenges, spacesuits, etc., and the content that impacts gameplay will be active as long as one player has purchased them.