The comfortable path to strategy
RISK takes to the stars, but this time the armies move
by themselves guided by your past orders. A truly unique and fascinating
game of stellar conquest.
Of all the games I made, I like this one the best.
It was actually very hard for me to force myself to
work on it because I just couldn't stop playing it.
The user interface is nothing short of magic.
You can command multiple stars with just a stroke
of the mouse and then watch the armies move from star to star obeying your orders
The user interface is so simple I'm worried you won't notice the unique
strategic gameplay of Pax Galaxia. Cunning attacks and deceitful retreats,
dramatic encirclements and desperate break-through rescue efforts are the
highpoints of a wonderfully dynamic game.
The difficulty ranges from extremely easy to nearly impossibly difficult.
While the easy modes are suitable for a fun couple of minutes trying to beat your time
records, the more difficult ones will require all your concentration and the
mastery of all the tricks of the game to overcome the computer players.
As far as the value of this title goes, your $20 will be well spent. There are more
than thirty maps to choose from, and you can quickly make many more
using the random map generator and the easy to use
in-game editor. You can choose between four
levels of difficulty and each map can be played multiple times with each of the
opposing forces. You'll be entertained for months.