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About this game

Galimulator simulates the wars, revolutions, politics, research and various other bizarre events in a randomly generated galaxy. Watch as space empires endure epic struggles for power. You decide if you want to:

• Watch in Observer mode
• Play around freely in Sandbox mode
• Take control in Emperor mode

Empires will:
• Wage war to conquer more stars
• Build ships to fight and do other strange things
• Encounter strange space monsters
• Venture out on intergalactic quests
• Research new technology
• Switch politics between expansion, fortification and more
• Build powerful (or useless) artifacts in space
• Transcend to unimaginable hyperbliss

Ultimately they will go away, crushed by a stronger race, victims of internal strife, eaten by space monsters, or some other fate. But new ones will take their place. It's the hypercircle of interstellar life in space.

In Emperor mode, you can control your own empire by using your Flagship to boost expansion and defense, build and control your ships, and manage your Spy network.

In Sandbox mode, you have full freedom to do pretty much what you want. Make empires degenerate, throw meteors at them, etc.

Or you can just observe, like an aquarium, except with interstellar space empires instead of fish.

Windows and Linux versions are also available now at:

Visit the Discord to chat with other users:
Updated on
Aug 7, 2022

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6.38K reviews
December 8, 2020
I've played this game since it's early days on mobile, back when they only had the random galaxies and a few ships, and I have loved it since the beginning. I love all the extra content y'all have added, and have enjoyed it even more since it's been put it. I did want to bring up a glitch that I've noticed happening. Sometimes when ships come back from quests, they'll get stuck on the edge of the map, and sometimes you can't get them to resume normally after directing them to a star.
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January 12, 2021
Great! However, with the recent update gave been some problems. For example, despite having paid for removal of ads in the past, I have ads again and everything is once again locked. Additionally, something weird has happened with the menu options in Sandbox mode. One cannot move the camera while, say, the Modify Star menu is out. Speaking of that menu, there's a weird bug where the initial star selection is not anywhere near your finger and in fact can sometimes be off screen, which is dumb.
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A Google user
February 15, 2019
Personally I find this game really appealing, loving maps like I do. The HUD is a little cluddered, but each update makes it a bit prettier. Something I'd like to see are more buttons off to the left of the screen to decrease the amount of things onscreen at one time, and would open up more room for options, such as a fleet costumization log or a more in depth government system. Things to keep the game both pretty and interesting. Great game so far :)
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What's new

* Natives added to certain systems, will allow empires to constructs their ships
* Vassalization of empires
* Highlighting of ship paths when selecting ships
* Blacklist empire specials
* New galaxy types: Solar system and Spaghetti
* Sped up pathfinding a lot, so (especially bigger) galaxies should lag less when there are lots of ships
* Railgun weapon added
* Lots of bugs fixed and added