Stellaris: Galaxy Command 12+

Sci-Fi, space strategy game

GameBear Tech

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 1.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Stellaris, the bestselling Sci-Fi strategy game, is finally on your mobile!

The universe has barely survived an inter-dimensional invasion that devastated vast swaths of the galaxy. The United Nations of Earth requires your assistance and contribution to rebuild galactic civilization. Take control of your own space station and set a course to distant stars! On your way, you will discover new mysteries in the depths of the universe!

Get ready to explore and discover a spectacular and real-time universe, where thousands of players play in a single galaxy with nearly a thousand star systems to explore! Construct your space station, form and join alliances to occupy regions of space together, trade with other players, build-up your own powerful fleet, and wage war against other players in the galaxy!

A new Stellaris experience, exclusive for mobile:
- Stellaris: Galaxy Command extends the Stellaris universe to mobile, putting space strategy and an epic Stellaris story in the palm of your hands.
- Galaxy Command is inspired by many of the features and mechanics of the PC game, with new trading systems, ethics, political systems, and more.
- With gorgeous visuals and aesthetics inspired by the PC game, fans of Stellaris will find familiar characters, graphics, and gameplay.

Forge Your Alliance:
- Work together with your teammates to build an empire.
- Occupy territories, build defensive structures, set tax rates for passing trades, sign trade deals, and even work collectively to colonize planets.
- Declare “cold” or conventional war and claim victory through economic strength or brute military force.
- Convene with allies to form an attack strategy, then wage war on other players across the universe.

Dominate Intergalactic Trade:
- As you progress, and needs of your population grow, their demand will begin to outpace their own ability to produce everything. You will have to specialize your production through research, which means that you will need to trade with one another to meet basic needs.
- Different sectors of space also contain unique and valuable resources—trade networks will naturally emerge, leading to alliances vying over lucrative territories.
- As a player, you can choose to be a pure trader and buy valuable products from afar and sell nearby for profit. You can also specialize in selling specific resources to earn a greater profit. Alternatively, you could simply use auto-trade to satisfy your basic consumption needs automatically.

Construct a Unique Station:
- Create and freely customize the structure of your station, construct unique buildings, and upgrade them.

Make Critical Decisions:
- Experience mysteries and uncover captivating stories through a familiar event chain system.
- Explore event chain systems capable of telling epic and meaningful stories that will influence your ultimate path.
- Many events reference or are a direct continuation of the event chains from the Stellaris PC game.

Design Your Own Fleet:
- Create and modify your fleet design with in-game ship design mode! Upgrade your fleet for maximum power!
- Join real-time battles and reinforce the fleets of your fellow alliance members.
- Recruit elite admirals to join your empire and lead your fleets to victory!

- Open world, strategy MMO based on a bestselling Sci-Fi strategy game
- Iconic Stellaris ships and mechanics
- Become a leader or member of an Alliance
- Control Trade Networks
- Customize your spaceships to upgrade power
- Battle with other players all over the galaxy
- Breathtaking sci-fi music
- Generous rewards for missions and quests
- Excellent 3D graphics and beautiful galaxies to explore
- This game is designed for mobile and is free to download.

Download Stellaris: Galaxy Command now and take part in the space opera now!

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What’s New

Version 0.2.40

This update contains several optimizations and bug fixes.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

zachboo ,

Fun Game

A little too many micro transactions, but I haven’t spent any money and am still doing great and having a fun time with it. If they deflate the prices just a little bit I’d probably spend some money on it, because I do really enjoy this game. Has room for improvement, and is built on the same basic mechanics as Nova Empire with their own twist on things. Overall I give it a 5/5 because it keeps me occupied as a game should. There are a few bugs here and there, but there’s a lot of good player interaction. Join a good/big alliance and there’s tons of stuff to do. Could use group missions like the Legions in Nova Empire for some extra fun. If you do your radar missions you get tons of the boosts and speedups that money could be spent on for free. They don’t quite give out enough free premium currency as is done in Nova. The monthly subscription should be dropped by $2-$5 for its worth, but it’s still got some nice bonuses. They should make the annual subscription just be a permanent subscription instead of annual, but that’s okay I guess. Also they need to do something with the Omphalous structures because they don’t do anything yet.

TL;DR I like this game a lot even though they could fix a few things.

talkingwires ,

Please Insert Coin

The names Stellaris and Paradox Interactive set certain expectations for fans of strategy games. Unfortunately, Stellaris: Galaxy Command is yet another shallow, boring mobile clicker game designed to pull money from your wallet like air sucked into the vacuum of space.

The game opens with a lengthy cutscene — choose voice-acted and partially animated — that sets a scene of recolonizing the galaxy after an invasion from some unspecified interdimensional threat. Then, the player is unceremoniously dumped onto a screen of a space station orbiting a planet. The player is instructed to place and upgrade shipyards, warehouses, and radar stations. No context for what these buildings do is provided, and each upgrade is just and incremental percentage increase to speed up some timer. The game is training you to get in the rhythm of plunking something down and then pressing a button labeled “Free” to “speed up” the building process, because after five minutes of this busywork, that button suddenly costs a currency. Pay up, or wait the five minutes for it to finish.

Those expecting to find any semblance of strategy here — or better, a proper port of this game‘s namesake to mobile devices — will be sorely disappointed. The art assets are the only thing that made the jump. Stellaris: Galactic Command is a wholely different game, and all it requires of you is occasionally pressing buttons to start timers and authorizing purchases to your credit card to speed them up.

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Okay but

The game is good but it’s very pay to win unless you don’t want to pay you have to do a lot of grinding and if your trying to make your station happiness go up it’s hard because the art complex and university are the only efficient things to upgrade to increase happiness and then you have to get people moving in, and if your a alliance leader territory is hard to get because the territory will be taken fast so if you fail on getting any before all territory is occupied by a alliance it’s almost impossible there’s only 1 way to get territory in that server which is to attack a small alliance with territory and also if your a alliance leader and your a small alliance but you still have territory it’s hard to gain more the only way you can gain more is by attacking a alliance or buying a territory because medium and big alliances they like to sell sectors at times but it’s expensive.

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