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Galaxy on Fire: Alliances Announced for iOS – Android Later

By on February 11th, 2013 8:37 am

Galaxy on Fire: Alliances

Best known by its space action games’ series Galaxy on Fire, Fishlabs is now heading towards the next chapter of their franchise with Galaxy on Fire: Alliances.

Alliances is not about space action like in the first GoF installments, but rather about space empire building gameplay, where you’re expected to “build up your own star base, gather resources, assemble a fleet, form alliances and conquer new territories”. It’s a massively multiplayer online game with real-time strategy elements (MMORTS) – “we’re finally bringing cooperative and competitive gaming to the GoF universe.” ~Fishlabs

Along with the strategic elements, GoF:A will also offer a space combat mechanic of some sort, but it’s unclear at this stage if the battles will be played hands-on or just planned and watched. However, if you prefer to play peacefully, Fishlabs says that that would be totally possible as “conquest and diplomacy play an equal share in Alliances”.

Galaxy on Fire: Alliances will be free-to-play and is scheduled for release for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on Q3 2013. Subsequently, Fishlabs says that an Android port is also planned. For more information see the press release here.

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  1. caekdaemon says:

    This looks quite a bit like Light of Altair, except as a MMORTS.

    I’m not really a fan of MMORTS, or tablet gaming, so I won’t play this.

  2. Inginious says:

    They said the dirty word “Freemium”

    sorry, will not play it

  3. Bryan H. Bell says:

    I don’t have an iOS or Android device, but I do have Galaxy On Fire 2 Full HD on PC (Steam). I’ve played and rather enjoyed this game. I’d definitely buy further installments in this series if they were released for PC.

  4. Chris Lopez says:

    Terribly dissapointed in the “freemium” aspect of the game. I own and love GoF2, Valkryie, and Supernova but absolutely refuse to play “freemium” games. I would gladly pay for a high quality game then have a game constantly nagging me for money for ‘enhanced’ (read ‘full’) gameplay. If Fishlabs (a thus far excellent game developer) must make a a freemium game, I beg them to offer a full pay (freemium removed) version as well. With the game history that Fishlabs represents I would gladly pay $10+ for the game and additional for major installments (similar to GoF2). Please, Fishlabs, I implore you to reconsider!

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