Stellaris: Galaxy Command is now available for Android and iOS devices

Paradox Interactive has released its mobile spin off of the RTS Stellaris, with Stellaris: Galaxy Command now available to download on iOS and Android. The mobile title gives players a chance to rebuild their own orbital space station in an attempt to grow and build an empire. The game is a multiplayer title with a single persistent universe where every action can impact other players. You can set up partnerships with other stations or wage a war against anyone who gets in your way. The download links are below:


The full description reads:

The universe has barely survived an inter-dimensional invasion that devastated vast swaths of the galaxy. The United Nations of Earth requires your assistance and contribution to rebuild galactic civilization. Take control of your own space station and set a course to distant stars! On your way, you will discover new mysteries in the depths of the universe! Get ready to explore and discover a spectacular and real-time universe, where thousands of players play in a single galaxy with nearly a thousand star systems to explore! Construct your space station, form and join alliances to occupy regions of space together, trade with other players, build-up your own powerful fleet, and wage war against other players in the galaxy!

The game won’t be quite the same as the console and PC versions. You can see what Stefan thought of the console edition in our review:

Stellaris: Console Edition is a solid port of what is easily Paradox Interactive’s most accessible grand strategy game. While Stellaris has evolved and grown over the past three years on PC, the base game is still a good solid grand strategy title with some intriguing ideas for storytelling and managing an endgame, though without some of the depth of their other titles. More importantly, wrapped a controller and TV friendly interface around the game that puts control over even the grandest of empires well within your grasp.
You can read the full Stellaris review here.
Source: Press Release
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