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Description

Build your base and battle with other players to control the galaxy! Galaxy Control is an ultimate space combat strategy game with next generation 3d graphics and fast-paced combats! Gather minerals and extract uranium, defend your base with laser towers, missile turrets, cannons, walls and mines, create the ultimate army with unique ground and air units! Battle with millions of players and take their Fame point and resources! Became the TOP 1 in the galaxy! NOTE! Galaxy Control requires internet connection. FEATURES: - NEXT GENERATION 3D GRAPHICS - 100% FREE TO PLAY ultimate space strategy - Gather minerals and extract uranium to build and upgrade your base - Defend your base with laser towers, missile turrets, cannons, walls and mines - Create the ultimate army with more than 11 unique ground and air units - Battle with players from all over the world and take their Fame Points and resources - Campaign Mode with more than 30 unique missions - Unlock 25 unique achievements and goals

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What's new in this version

- The level 12 Command Center was developed by our engineers and now has a defensive cannon capable of stopping our enemies in their tracks. - New mechanic of receiving redmin by subscription. - New mechanic of upgrading by rarities. - You may now only write to the global chat when part of a squad. - Added the ability to cancel upgrades in the Engineering Bay. - And lots of minor improvements.

Additional information

Published by

FX Games

Release date

9/23/2014

Approximate size

215.55 MB

Age rating

For all ages

Category

Strategy

This app can

Access your Internet connection
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)

Publisher Info

Galaxy Control support



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