Infinite Void

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    Infinite Void

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    Published: 2013-06-27, by Peter Warrior.

    An online strategy game

    • Throughout tutorial
    • Pleasant UI
    • Little device compatibility
    • It might get boring too quickly
    • Requires constant connection to the Internet

    "This will be a day long remembered"

    Ok, so it's the 470th century and mankind has colonized all the known galaxy, atomized in a zillion of minuscule factions struggling over resources and border limits. You are the chief sovereign (a little prince, perhaps) of your tiny round planet and have to raise a galactic empire from scratch.

    In order to do so, you must trade with other wanna-be empires nearby, and ally with or go to war against them. You have to raise your structures' level through a combination of time and resources, and build up a fleet able to defend your planet and colonies and bomb enemies' as well.

    Unfortunately, the game requires constant connection to the Internet, being unable to save your moves and send them when you're next to wifi or more favorable conditions. Likewise, there may me thousands of players, but there isn't as much interaction between them as you would expect.

    Long story short is a good online strategy game, but not much better than many browser-based games we are so used to.

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Jun 27, 2013

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