Leave your mark among millions of players in a persistent galaxy that constantly grows and evolves.

Hades’ Star is a unique online space strategy game. You are in control of a growing Empire, starting with a single planet in your own corner of space. Over time, you’ll expand to own multiple outposts, command a formidable fleet, research advanced technology, participate in diverse missions and manage relationships with other players in the game.


• Colonize numerous planets and watch them grow from lifeless rocks to central hubs of activity.
• Optimize trade routes, mine resources, explore new space and defend against the indigenous, mysterious alien space race
• Build combat, mining and trade ships and customize them with powerful modules
• Establish diplomatic relations with other players and dictate your rules for economic and military cooperation
• Work with other players in dangerous Red Stars and retrieve resources before the star goes Supernova
• Compete for rewards in the intense, rapidly collapsing Blue stars
• Organize with other players in Corporations and participate in highly strategic White Star missions
• Play and grow at your own pace: Nobody will unfairly steal your resources while you are offline


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What’s New

Version 3.909.3

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

Lostafinga ,

Love this game

Fun space empire building game. Starts kinda slow but gets huge, deep. Challenges your mind. Colonize planets discovered in your star system. Build mining, transport, and battleships. There’s tons of tech to be discovered. Everything can be upgraded. Go on 3 types of missions. Red Stars are pve, single or multiplayer coop missions for artifacts which you need to unlock and upgrade tech. Blue Stars are short, pvp “last man standing” missions rewarding valuable resources. White Stars are epic 5v5 up to 20v20 5day slow paced events where 2 corporations duke it out for resources in one big star system. These missions are all about strategy, no PTW, which is important to me. I can’t stand the new ptw, in game purchase model that plagues games these days. You can get really creative using all the different tech you discover. Running shipments while trying to use the least amount of fuel is a fun challenge. The modules you can deck your ships out with offer plenty of strategy to figure out and employ. Your home is always safe, this game is not about attacking and taking others resources. It’s about slowly growing huge, efficient, smart, and powerful, in a great supportive gaming galaxy, especially enjoyed if you join a corporation. Word.

Betazero ,

Cool but

Ok something big. Please developers sell $3.99 ish space station that you put near your star and it draws hydro out every hour. Like maybe 10 hydro times your level or even 5. I really can’t play the game much. My sectors have no hydro and then when they do I mine and I can run like 2 missions. Then wait like a full 24 hours to mine again.

I kinda wish that there were more ship choices. First split up slots into ship and battleship slots. A large battleship takes up two battleship slots but you can bring smaller ships that only take up one. Ship slots will be for cargo and mining ships. Add smaller ships that are faster but weaker. Also add a carrier that launchers fighters and bombers maybe.

I kinda wish that you had to setup home defense and you can get invaded by ai. Not other players but every once and a while enemies would try to take back planets next to unknown zones. Add planetary defense structures to keep the outer areas safe.

Chrish62704 ,

Simple but fun

I love the simplicity of this game. The galaxy is very detailed, while the ships look very simple. My biggest complaint is the rapidly increasing costs of upgrades. It takes quite a while to work up the tens of thousands of credits needed to start making serious progress, then as soon as you upgrade, the amount credits needed for the next level is staggering. The upgrade costs of basic, starting ships go from 10,000 to 60 or even 80,000 credits. If you have nothing else to do for hours upon hours of your life, this will fill in this gap. I can’t do this, a feature that allows you to earn credits offline is necessary.

You can’t move the short range scanner to another sector, or break it down to get credits or materials back. It becomes useless after you’ve scanned everything around you. The next scanner is very pricey and comes with much more expensive scans, most of my time is spent transporting goods from planet to planet, just to work up enough credits to upgrade one item or build something new. If there was more variety, or the game had balanced progression to make it more interesting before spiking the prices, I’d probably keep it. As is, I may give it a few more days, if I’m unable to build something that drastically changes my experience, it’ll be off my phone.

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