I believe it has amazing potential. 2 things I would suggest. 1. Slow the AI down when you have multiple ships unlocked, because they can command them much quicker than a human can. 2. An online multiplayer would make this game amazing. The turn based game is a little slow . Maybe just a create lobby button or join Libby, so you can play with friends in real time.
Unique Spin On This "Genre". I have played many of this type of game, where you send X amount of units to take over planet/base with X amount of defenders. This game adds some unique mechanics, like the fact that not all of your units will hit the planet you aim at, which encourages taking more strategic, even if smaller, planets. The rate five stars for some points in the game isn't as bad as most people say. You earn more stars fairly quickly, so you won't run out, and you can just "un-rate" the game anyway. All in all, it's a 3/5.
rate 1 star get 200 credits ingame! you can just press "rate 5 stars" in the game and give one star in the actual play store. you'll get the reward in any case. --- actual review: the games is pretty bad, the rating is obviously skewed because of bribed ratings.
Controls need some work. Planet info messages that pop up at the top get in way. When you touch a planet to send out ships the options that surround the planets are in the way. And they aren't needed. They duplicate controls already available at the bottom of the screen. Otherwise decent time waster.
Neat idea, bad execution. The mechanic of clicking each planet individually prior to attack is terrible. Also, it sucks that the computer can see the whole screen and you can't without making out too small to play.
The controls need some work. Huge overlays of redundant information cover the thing you are trying to target. It also blatantly tries to bribe you into writing are 5 star review. So take it's score with a grain of salt.
• Graphical update: different backgrounds
• Bug fixes
ENTER A MICROSCOPIC BATTLEFIELD INSIDE THE BODY OF AN ALIEN LIFE FORM.