Battle for the Galaxy (iOS/Android) Brings Epic RTS Action On Mobile Devices For FREE!

If you are a fan of strategy games on either iOS or Android, you’ve got to check out Battle for the Galaxy, a brand new title from New Zealand and Scotland-based developers Ninja Kiwi. The game is an exciting mixture of base building, resource management and strategic combat, offering players beautiful graphics and strategy action on a scale rarely seen in mobile games. The game is available for FREE on the respective App Stores, check out the following press release for more details and for the links to the game:

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Ninja Kiwi, a New Zealand mobile and web game developer, is proud to announce that its sci-fi massively multiplayer strategy game, Battle for the Galaxy, is now available on iOS and Android. An exciting mixture of base building, resource management and strategic combat, Battle for the Galaxy offers players beautiful graphics and strategy action on a scale rarely seen in mobile games.

Battle for the Galaxy allows players to band together to form a Corporation, which leads to incredible “corporate wars” where hundreds of corporations battle for supremacy 24/7. In the basic gameplay loop, players: build their bases to increase production of key resources; create a powerful army; and attack nearby enemies. The goal is to steal enemy resources to feed corporate growth and earn medals.

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“Battle for the Galaxy may be beautiful to look at, but it’s also quite brutal,” says Chris Harris, managing director of Ninja Kiwi. “Players can join forces to crush the opposition through military might alone or by playing to their individual strengths. Although we have 50 single-player missions, it’s ultimately the multiplayer gameplay that sets Battle for the Galaxy apart from other strategy games.”

Click here to download the game from the App Store (for iOS devices), or here for the Android version of the game.

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