Gemini – A Journey of Two Stars: Complete Walkthrough Guide

Gemini – A Journey of Two Stars
By: Echostone Games LLC


This is a complete walkthrough guide for the iOS atmospheric game Gemini – A Journey of Two Stars by Echostone Games LLC. I don’t recommend watching these videos unless you’re ok with spoilers. It’s more fun to discover things on your own, but if you’re stuck and need help, these videos are here for you.

See my Gemini review here.


In this game, you control the bigger star. You need to help out the smaller star on its journey to light up the sky. You can only move your character from left to right, though, by tapping the left or right sides of the screen. You don’t need to tap the arrows — those are just there as guides. When the two stars are close to each other, they soar up awards. When they’re apart, they start to fall. Most of the time, your goal will be to go up.

Chapter 1:

You can pop bubbles here for fun, but the main goal is to sprinkle stardust to light up the orbs on the tree and then light up the rune or symbol. You’ll then have to fly higher and light up orbs in the sky, and more runes. I believe you need to light up three runes. You can watch the full video here if you need more help that that:

Chapter 2:

This is a trickier level. You need to light up all the orbs in a shape. Smaller orbs can only be lit by the smaller star. Once you light up all the orbs of a set of shapes, it will glow a blinding white and a symbol or rune on the tree will glow. You need to do this until all the runes are glowing. Then you’ll be able to fly up into the next area.

Chapters 3, 4 & 5:

Chapter 3 pretty much plays itself. You can mostly sit back and relax. Chapter 4 is a frozen area. You’ve made it into space. There’s wind. Typos need to climb the frozen ladders together and then light up the xylophone-like structure at the end. Chapter 5 is another simple one where you can just fly around popping bubbles. There isn’t really much of a goal here other than to fly up.

Chapter 6:

This one is the longest chapter and my favorite. You’re trying to fly through space debris, but it keeps knocking one of you down and the other keeps having to go back to rescue the other. I don’t think there’s a way to complete this level on skill alone. I think no matter what, you turn into a meteor so you can crash through the space debris. But please correct me if I’m wrong.

And that’s it! I hope you enjoyed the game as much as I did!

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Ida

    Hi! I got this game today, and the music brought me into tears! I felt so much joy and an inner strength. Did you too?
    I agree, chapter six is my favorite too. I also have a theory of this game. The bigger star understands that his time as the star is over, and flies down to guide and help the smaller star in order to let him take over his place. But to do that, they have to help each other. The bigger star is old and weak, the other is without expirience. When the ‘stones’ in chapter six makes the smaller star to fade, the bigger star sacrifices himself and turns to a meteor to protect the smaller star, and then turns to pieces. The smaller star then finds this beauatiful castle and takes over the bigger stars’s place.
    I would be grateful if you answer back!

    1. AppUnwrapper

      I hadn’t thought of it like that, but that makes total sense. I like that interpretation. 🙂

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