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Description: For hundred of years we have searched for the answer to an eternal question: 'Are we alone?'. A terrible menace from the galactic core that could lead to the extinction of all humanity, a mysterious destination, an alien king that will stop at nothing to get what he wants and who keeps a close track on humans, no matter where they go... Engage in epic galactic warfare, venture deep into space in a race against time, play through a tale about choosing sides and about how one man can make a difference, despite all odds and obstacles facing him. The universe never witnessed such massive deployment of forces! Join up for the ultimate real-time strategy game in space! Control over hundred of units, fast creation of armies, cool units dialogs and much more. Guide your people through the galaxy! Don't submit to other strategy games out there boring you with their army creation time and confusing you with complicated Tech Tree. Push the limits of the real time strategy genre with Galactic Dream: Rage of War!
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