For the most part, it was just that game where you laid tetris pieces down in neat formations, and the little white minions would autonomously move to and fro. Each run through is at least an hour, and after playing 6 or so games, I still don’t remember how to spell/pronounce the title.
Rymdkapsel, as described by their creators is “a game where you take command of a space station and its minions. You will have to plan your expansion and manage your resources to explore the galaxy.” (http://rymdkapsel.com/)
I can’t imagine playing it on anything smaller than a iPad. In any case, it only costs $3.99, and has already kept my attention for hours. Once you start the game, get ready to stay engaged. My longest run was through 36 waves, taking 76 minutes long. I like it for the same reason I enjoyed playing Playfish’s Restaurant City, although, I’d say the majority of the addiction comes from trying to get the hang of things. As an AI person, though, I do get frustrated when the little minion’s semi-autonomous behavior is suboptimal, and all I can do is try to change their behavior with my macro moves.