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Imperium Galactica II (PC)

Platform : Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Unknown
3.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • BUILD CITIES and colonies on conquered planets
  • construct vast space armadas
  • REALTIME 3D GROUND BATTLES to gain control of colonies and 3D space battles between fleets
  • Futuristic, easy to control 3D Interface encompassed in a full 3D game
  • Over 75 Battles to EXPLORE, CONQUER and COLONISE
  • Over 9 DEMANDING SCENARIOS to choose from (with more available later on)
  • Range of difficulty levels provides challenges for every player
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows 2000 / 98 / NT / Me / XP
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0000AHO9T
  • Release Date: 10 Aug. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,872 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Manufacturer's Description

Never before have you had control over the destiny of an entire universe. In Imperium Galactica 2 Alliances, you lead an entire empire. Your mission; To conquer the galaxy. Construct huge cities on your terraformed planets to generate income, war machines and over 150 scientific advancements. Trade and spy with other cultures, or prepare an invasion force to increase your territory. Play through three separate story-driven campaign, multiple scenario's or against your friends. In Imperium Galactica 2 Alliances there is only one limiting factor: your ambition.


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As with most games of this genre, you'll either love it and spend hours playing it, or you'll hate it and it'll never see the outside of its' box.
I loved it and spent many a long night building my vast empire.
The game revolves around you taking control of one of three races with a mission to colonise and control as much of the galaxy as you can. You start off with limited resources, i.e. one planet, a handful of tanks and ships and a wallet full of credits. You can use whatever means you see fit to conquer the galaxy, from espionage through diplomacy to all out warfare. The bigger your colonies get, the more research centres you can build to look into better warfare technologies, also the more spy centres you can build to recruit even more budding James Bonds!
This games covers many aspects of game play from colony construction to resource management, research techniques, spying, diplomacy, space battles and ground battles involving fleets of ships and tanks respectively.
As well as the "free play" conquering side of the game, the computer will also throw out the odd random mission for you. Destroy a pirate base, intercept an enemy transporter etc. And there is also a facility to play one of several pre-programmed scenarios.
I would recommend this game to anyone with a few evenings to spare.
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Firstly I am a big fan of nearly all strategy games. However, for a long time now the genre has been lacking in something original. RTS games today are all about gather this mineral, make this amount of money and build this that and the other, eventually ending in the destruction of your enemies or yourself.
Imperium Galactica 2 however, is like a breath of fresh air on other strategy games bringing political and other formats together i.e. both space and ground battles. Even though the game is rather dated now it still remains the only game out there with a new approach that i have played. I now eagerly await the next installment in the series.
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By A Customer on 8 Jan. 2004
I really enjoyed this game,But to get lots out of it you need to work at it! its not a space shooter its a good solid strategy game.
You take control of one of three galactic powers each with there own strength and weaknesses, And try to take control of the galaxy.
The game has a full tutorial mode and also single missions as well as the campaign mode(if you download the patch you can also get a skirmish mode which is great fun!).
The space battles take place in full 3D and all your ships can be upgraded when new drives and guns are invented.
Battles also take place planets so good defensive structures have to be built along with tanks for invading your enemys planets.
This game has to much invloved to really do it justice here but its now available on budget so give it a go!.
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By A Customer on 21 Jan. 2004
What can I say, what a brilliant game!! I am usually a Command and Conquer man when it comes to strategy and sci-fi when I'm interested in space battles and controlling fleets (eg. Star Trek Armada 2). This game has both aspects. And what makes it better is that you can upgrade the ships to a greater extent and use spies to espionage or even sabotage your enemy plans. Planatary Assault plays a very important role in wining the game.
The game itself is based on 3 races, humans obviously being one of them. The other two are the shinari and the kraken. Humans are the average race with no particular strengths but are the easiest interface and beginners will like this race. The shinari are more secretive and use spies more than military conflict (weak ships). The kraken are the bee's knees for military power but they have no means for using spies or otherwise.
In short: 3 slightly different races, easy to get the hang off, multiplayer aspect is great, graphics are good considering age, suitable for most RTS players.
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The game has some highs and lows. First you start with one planet and a small fleet in a galaxy that has around 100 planets. You Can designate planets to be trading worlds or shipyard builders to military bases. You then build ships colonise planets, research technologies and upgrade your fleet and tanks to protect your empire, whilst also engaging in diplomacy with other species. However there are a few problems. First is the campain is boring and not well created. You could be ordered to attack a ship that you have no way to find or ordered to conquer an enemy or ally in a certain amount of time but you dont have the resources to do it. This is fixed with the skirmish option that comes with the patch. That does not fix the other problems. Other species are not friendly unless you have a large advanced fleet. If you dont they'll declare war within minutes of discovery. Also there is not limit to fleet size as in the ai will just keep adding ships to one fleet and so you must do the same as there is no experience factor or tactics. When war is declared then youll soon find the enemy fleet heading towards your planets, defeat it and the war is won as now you just have to conquer there worlds. There is also no limit to type of ships as in when you research battleship then thats all anyone will build. Another thing is that world other than military do no build any defences and invading enemys ignore the military planets and just hit the defensless ones. So if anyone is thinking of buying a space rts look elsewhere as this game is outdated and would need some series modding to be more fun.
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