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Galactic Lords

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rated 3.58 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)
Tags:
war
space
cell
planets

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Nov 27, 2014 | 11:48 AM EST

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In Galactic Lords you must reclaim the galaxy by defeating the 9 lords and then finally overcoming the king. Upgrade your planets and spend points developing your skill trees in this re-imagining of the simplistic cell based combat of games like ‘Nano War’, ‘Phage Wars’ and ‘SolarMax’.

The in-game tutorial, along with several tips that will be slowly presented to you, should help guide you on your conquests.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

are you ready for freddy?

i love dis game



Hell10nHell10n

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

very refined and well implemented game, but with bad game balance at the end. so, half the stars for the good, and half off for the bad.



KenxeusKenxeus

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Addicting great game but could be better.
All planets look the same it would have been better if you made different designs for each planet.
They look like a green monkey face!


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ArcaneHowitzerArcaneHowitzer

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

First off, there seems to be a major issue with the game's performance, particularly when rendering large quantities of missiles. This is exacerbated by the fact that the AI constantly sends missiles every which way, creating lag which "cloaks" its attacks [meaning the game doesn't show the missiles until they've already hit my planets] and cripples my ability to send missiles of my own anywhere, let alone where I want/need them.

Secondly, does the achievement "Brute Force Blitz" (Complete a mission without having upgraded.) refer to planetary upgrades, upgrades on the Skill Trees, or both?
If it refers to Skill Tree upgrades, fully or partially, you should probably add an option to reset your Skill Points, since otherwise spending even a single point will lock the achievement. In fact, a skill reset option is probably a good idea anyway.
If "B.F.B." only refers to planetary upgrades purchased in a mission, then it appears to be bugged unless there is some unstated extra requirement, as I have beaten Lord Bob (the first mission) multiple times without upgrading any planets, and still have not gotten the achievement.

All in all, an amusing time sink despite its flaws.


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xXRalphXxxXRalphXx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Enjoyed very much this game, the tips, the progression, the timing... Everything was very well done!
Don't pay attention for those who can't think right, just tell them the golden tip : be a profiteer =D.
It's not too hard if you know how to profit of the enemy attacks....
Waiting to see the sequel!
People, ECONOMY IS VERY VERY IMPORTANT, and YOU NEED TO KEEP CLICKING, NOT JUST WAIT =D
Nice job!


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