Imperium Galactica. The Universe is yours... if you can handle it. The fourth millennium. Mankind has colonised the galaxy. Created an Empire. Now, it is crumbling. The aliens are restless. The oppressed are building armies. And a strange invader is headed for the heart of the Empire. Imperium Galactica is praying a new leader will arise. You.
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Imperium galactica is a game from the DOS era, and yet, it is incredibly advanced. Sure, the graphics are old, but the gameplay is still relevant, and still fun. You control a star-fleet commander at the beginning, and gradually become the supreme commander of the entire human army. Fighting wars, diplomacy, research and colonization are all your tasks, and you have to excel them, cause the enemy works in real time, even when you can't see them, and if you take too long to finish the "tutorial", you're in for a nasty surprise after it. All the while, you can tour your ship, talk to your crew, and even phone home, to your wife and kid. In my opinion, there is only one better space strategy then this, it's sequel...
Imperium Galactica is an RTS game that has you managing different colonies and planets while researching tech and improving your forces, similar to something like the more modern Sins of a Solar Empire. The game is spread into different phases where you start of fighting some pirates, then an alien race in your sector, than the entire galaxy will open up. This unfortunately means that the game plays out in a similar way every time and it is going to be best to research and control everything you can before finishing each part of the game so your aren't overwhelmed by the endgame. The final parts of the game are also likely to be the weakest as the enemy AI uses the same strategies and can be exploited easily. The game was decent when it released but there are much better options now, including the sequel.
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