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Jan 4, 2013 | 1:35 PM EST

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Old rivals bearing powerful technologies have declared war on the Sian Empire. Princess IllariaâEUTMs enemies are hunting for her âEU" and if she falls into their clutches the empire will be doomed. Only you can save her nowâEU¦

âEU¢ Prove your skill as a pilot and warrior by defeating threats across the stars in an epic interstellar adventure.
âEU¢ Gather equipment, from lavish uniforms to imposing battlesuits and see them on your character in all their magnificence.
âEU¢ Battle galactic dictators, cyborgs, aliens, spaceships and other fiendish enemies
âEU¢ Gather your friends, and form an Alliance to wage war against the evil which lurks in the dark reaches of the void.
âEU¢ Participate in World Raids and win amazing loot
âEU¢ Prove that youâEUTMre the master of arena combat by becoming the supreme champion of Galaxydome.
âEU¢ Co-Developed with Concept Art House

Other features include questing, crafting and collections, daily rewards, profile customization, gifting, achievements, incredible music and more



Rated 1 / 5 stars

Thought these 'energy using' games were confined strictly to smartphone apps and facebook. Not my cup of tea.

Also, under judgement but frontpaged. Lol.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

It's a "game" where you click a button several times, accumulating exp with which to earn stat points that aren't properly explained and feel pretty meaningless. On top of that, after you run out of stamina/whatever the other stat is, you get to wait for extended periods of time before you can click the button again a few more times! Doesn't that just sound like completely enthralling gameplay? No? Well, that's okay, you can totally pay real money in order to fill the stamina meter so you can click the button a few more times! If you just keep giving them money, you can click the button as many times as you want!

Honestly, I've played games like this before, and I'm not impressed. It took me all of two minutes to run out of points to play with, so it didn't really let me play long enough to get hooked. I also generally hate these games anyway. They feels less like games, and more like a way to extort money from naive young gamers with access to their parent's credit cards.

I mean damn, there are plenty of games out there that are, in essence, completely free. They sell aesthetic items, and/or premium items (depending on how lame they are), and they do fine. Why? Because people like me will support games we like. The way these games go about it however, limiting your play time, and shamelessly and frequently promoting their service to "allow" you to buy more... It feels slimy. How about you make a good game next time, instead of just asking for handouts?

Why is this on the front page. This is ridiculous, it's a shameless advert, both this being on the front page, and the game itself. You guys must be hard up, huh?

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

Might be a bit harsh since I could have read up on a tutorial but I had no idea what I was doing and just kept hitting continue. Then I ran out of energy used up my golden stars and had to buy more if I wanted to proceed, which is understandable as a way to make profit, but I'm not buying into it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsome game


Rated 0 / 5 stars

so i just press continue and buy energy to play game? is this point and click?