developer: Paradox Development Studio
publisher: Paradox Interactive
Game mode: multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: Internet
Stellaris: Galaxy Command is a spin-off of Stellaris, designed for mobile devices and multiplayer. Paradox Interactive is behind the development and release of this space strategy and the game is distributed in a free free-to-play model.
The action of Stellaris: Galaxy Command takes place in the universe of science fiction. Galactic civilisation starts to "get up from knees" after the invasion from a different dimension. The player takes on the role of a hero chosen by the United Nations. Its mission is to restore civilization to its former power.
Stellaris: Galaxy Command takes place in a vast galaxy full of planetary systems waiting to be discovered. We start the game with a modest space station, which with time we improve and expand with new modules and structures. As we move forward, we have more and more responsibilities on our shoulders; we are dealing with issues relating to planetary colonisation, taking over new territories and defending existing territories, sourcing raw materials and producing various goods, as well as trade. Although the latter can be automated, it is worth remembering that certain sectors of the galaxy are rich in specific types of resources, which allows us to specialise in the production and sale of selected goods and forces us to import goods that are impossible to produce.
A separate reference should be made to diplomacy. With other players we can be in a state of cold or real war; there is nothing to prevent us from joining existing alliances or becoming the head of our own. However, if diplomacy fails, there is nothing left for us to do but fight with the opposing forces. Clashes take place in real time, and we lead armies to them consisting of self-designed units, which we can improve over time.
Stellaris: Galaxy Command is designed to be a multiplayer game where thousands of players share a universe and make decisions that affect the entire galaxy.
Stellaris: Galaxy Command boasts eye-pleasing graphics, in a style known from the original available on PCs and consoles.
Additional information (AND): Internet connection is required.
Additional information (iOS): Internet connection is required.