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Jun 8, 2014 | 10:32 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 9, 2014

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Updated version 1.1.0
- Added difficulty settings. If you've already completed some levels, the game assumes you beat it on the hard setting

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The battle for Earth is over. Now, the war for the galaxy has begun. You must win every battle swiftly, decisively, and permanently.

Solarmax is a streamlined strategy game of interplanetary war. Colonize planets, build hundreds of starships, and use superior tactics to overwhelm your opponents. Command our entire fleet and lead us to victory.

- Aggressive and unforgiving AI
- 36 missions of increasing difficulty
- 3 speed settings: half, normal, and double speed
- Intuitive controls and interface
- Beautiful HD graphics
- Original music score

Reviews


chaos1vsorder1chaos1vsorder1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fucking awesome game, I like the new Black aliens that clusterfucked me for a whole 5 tries, and I'm not being sarcastic. I really loved it, even though I lost, I still loved it because of the awesome new aliens that came from when I opened some kind of portal. And sense it seems there is no story or little of there is. which kind of bothers me alil, but I'll try and get over it. But I was wondering if one of your fans might have the honor in making that backstory. I would be honored if you chose me, but hey, anyone who loves your solarmax games would be honored.

I hope you have a wonderful day and an awesome life.

Also your game gets 5 stars, even though I liked the old ship designs more in the first one, I still love this game, cause its harder, and the Black Aliens just give you a hard time.

Sincerely Chaos1vsOrder1


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et101et101

Rated 5 / 5 stars

really great game, when the shadow enemies get introduced it really starts to feel like a tactical struggle, especially the last level that had me on a constant rush to contain them in their base while i built up a force for a killing blow

my only complaints are that there should be hotbutton keys for the size of the group you want to move, and maybe you should have introduced the shadow enemies earlier? or atleast added more levels after the mechanic is introduced

and not so much a complaint as a curiosity, why was there no backstory for the mysterious enemy in this one? you could tell by the level titles in the last one that you awakened some ancient aliens with technology far outclassing your own, if you don't mind making a few assumptions you could even say they were behind the starship factories & teleporters, after the force is awakened it lays siege to earth & luna,

by contrast the shadow enemies just seem to appear, their bases end the stage once captured, giving no insight as to their build speed or population , you can clearly tell they are meant to be mysterious due to their color scheme, lack of information on their numbers, and sudden & ominous arrival on the battlefield, but despite that they just seem to be another faction that is faster at making moves with a larger starting force,


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MadcorusMadcorus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great gameplay, good music, a very good strategy game.



HzBerkanHzBerkan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

We need a medal system for this amazing game!


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YackwabbitYackwabbit

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game but I was wondering if there's going to be a sequel to Desert Moon?