Spacetime Games has announced they will be releasing a strategy MMO for Android later this year titled Battle Command. It’s essentially a city building game where you’re tasked with managing a military base to build up structures and offensive and defensive units, complete with all of the traditional unit and resource management that’s typical of the strategy genre. It’s also an MMO, though, so you’ll be able to interact with other players and form alliances and enemies.
It sounds like an interesting take on the mobile strategy genre, and it’ll be available sometime in November. Who’s excited to try this one out?
source: Droid Gamers
Not too long ago we reported Spacetime Studios had shown off a new MMO for Android in the form of an awesome cinematic trailer. After a soft launch in Canada and Australia, the free MMO is now available for American users as well. Unfortunately, that also means servers are going to be a little backed up, but that always sorts itself out.
If you’re looking for a free, hack-and-slash MMORPG to waste some time on your Android device, this should be at the top of your list for games to try. Hit the Play Store link after the break to give it a shot. Read more
We met with Spacetime Studios last month at E3, and we have been excited ever since for the release of their MMO Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles. We are happy to say that it has entered beta as an exclusive with Verizon V CAST Apps. The beta period will run for 2 weeks from July 6 through July 20 and is available on many Verizon Wireless Android devices.
Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles is set in a distant galaxy during the 41st century. It pits space-faring, privateer humans against their own treachery and the alien menace known as the Vular. You have a choice of three classes of space-age heroes” Commando, Engineer, and Operative. You will battle with harsh, alien environments, monstrous, unthinking aliens, and the greed and ambition of their rivals.