Pax Galaxia is an addictive real time strategy game, based on the board game Risk. You will be amazed at the strategic depth of this game, even if it is very easy to learn and play. Multiplayer modes are available (online or not).
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:42
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Description: Pax Galaxia is a fast paced and addictive real time strategy game, loosely based on the board game Risk. You will be amazed at the strategic depth of this game, even if it is very easy to learn and play. You will have to conquer stars, break up and force your enemies fleets to surrender, carry out rapid attacks and tactical retreats and break through the enemy's front lines to capture his undefended stars. To be a perfect admiral you must also take into account the special abilities of all stars.
You can choose from more than 30 levels, and play each level using different sides and different difficulty levels. The level editor offers a quick and easy way to create and test even more levels.
Multiplayer game modes for up to six players are also available: online and by taking turns in giving orders to your stars on a single computer.
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