Starport Galactic Empires  Pick    

Size:  50.8MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2005-11-05

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OS:  Win 98/ME/NT/2K/XP/2K3

Downloads:   10385

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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The hit game Starport: Galactic Empires is now available and still 100% free to play. Be the captain of a space-ship in this fully graphical, real-time action game, set in a strategic, multi-player world. Team up with other real people, or blow them out of the sky. Explore distant star systems, start colonies on alien worlds, hunt for treasures, and become the most famous captain in all the galaxy!


"badman11 is a n00b this is a great game (see previous review)"

Reviewer: -Daboebensen

Review Date: 2011-09-27

Pros: free players can challenge pay-to-players successfully, the pay items don't skew the game too much. you don't have to spend money to do well in this game running out of fuel sets automatic "sanity" limits on how much you can play (unless you pay) anybody can kill anybody the interface is intuitive and easy to learn and "/help" gets you detailed shortcuts, with a tutorial you can toggle on or off there is a lot of skill involved in fighting, with an aspect of chance, but nukes skew things considerably

Cons: you can run out of fuel (but can generate extra fuel) you can't buy your way to invincibility, so you money may be poorly spent if you suck like badman11

Other Thoughts: badman11 had all kinds of problems running it on XP, but really dude why are you running an OS that's a decade out of date? get a decent computer and run windows 7. you can't expect game makers to keep everything backwards compatible forever.

badman11 was also whining about the pay-to-players, and didn't seem to realize that you can generate fuel and buy or build nukes without spending a dime.

basically, all his bad review revealed was that his computer sucks and he's a n00b.

I do fine without spending any money, for the "rebangs" (time-limit games) I'm consistently in the top-10. if the game was as skewed as badman11 seems to think it is, that would never happen.


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