Tactical PvP space combat

Parallel Space Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 2.9 • 78 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases




In BATTLESHIP APOLLO, you create your war ship and equip it by choosing among countless of options for weapons, support fighters, and other special abilities. You will bring your Battleship to combat in a variety of scenarios against cunning, tactical, unpredictable human opponents. Your daily combat efforts will add up to significant rewards over time, with new areas, new Battleships, new abilities and special events making themselves available as you progress.

BATTLESHIP APOLLO respects your time, with instant load times and quick combat that resolves within a few minutes. At the same time, it allows you to spend as much time as you want in the game, without artificial progress walls. We have taken special care to remove superfluous Real Time Strategy elements, while still keeping what's important to maintain tactical depth.


Two hundred years have passed since the beginning of colonization and the events of Hades' Star. The Hades Galaxy is now more unstable than ever.

Obsessed with being the first to uncover the deepest secrets of the Universe, the Corporations are spending vast resources to gain the slightest technological advantages.

Massive Battleships, bigger than anything seen before, are being built in shipyards all around the Galaxy.

As one of many Battleship Commanders, you have a critical role to play in the War ahead.


- Control massive Battleships, each with their own special ability, and customize them with countless options for weapons and modules.
- Pick from numerous units and strategies to achieve victory in diverse combat situations against real players.
- Make visible progress with your fleet and technology over weeks, months and years.
- Organize with other players in Corporations to share knowledge and progress together.
- Play at your own pace: Nobody will unfairly steal your resources or progress while you are offline.

What’s New

Version 1.75.0

Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

Singsing Dok ,

Getting There

I used to play an app game called Plundernauts. This is a 2-D version of said game, and is almost embarrassing similar to it. The business model: pay for a slight permanent upgrade (10% research boost plus little goodies), which is very similar to their other game Hades’ Star, but now pay a little more and you get a little more (20%). I’m not to keen on this type of business model, but it is a compromise between player and making at least some money. Of course, buying huge Credits for $100 is there, also. I’ve played against ships that are well upgraded, and I’ve lost and won. The biggest UI flaw for me is the scrolling mechanic on the bottom of the screen. Please have the movement button in a different location, off of the scrolling bar. It’s annoying to scroll for units, then have to scroll again for ship movement, or tap ship then destination. It may feel like it’s still in beta, but it’s a good average start, with the feeling that there may be more to come (perhaps, real time Hades’ White Star clan wars)?

Forever a pinnapple ,

Fun in a limited way

This is the only game I’ve ever played that actually discourages you from playing more than a few matches. After around 10 or so matches, regardless of whether you have been winning or losing, the game will start drastically reducing the points you earn for winning and drastically increase the points you lose for losing. It’s truly the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen in a game.

Andy tha bau5 ,

Pay to win garbage

Already have $10 and $20 microtransactions that give you bonuses to progress faster than free to play players, avoid this garbage because it’s just another predatory PvP game where the whales and wallet warriors easily stomp anyone who doesn’t pay real money to win. Uninstalled after less than 10 minutes and fighting against someone much more advanced even though it was my first out-of-tutorial fight.

Edit: Of COURSE it’s from the same greedy devs of Hades Star, I should have recognized the minuscule “permanent” boosts you get for spending a certain amount of money. And note that the only 5 star review so far trying to do damage control is literally the guy who made the game, how pathetic.

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  • Location
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