Subdivision Infinity 12+

A next-gen 3D space shooter

Crescent Moon Games

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.7K Ratings
    • $4.99


Subdivision Infinity is an immersive and pulse pounding sci-fi 3D space shooter.

Ready your ship and cruise the great expanse of space in over 40 engaging missions in 5 distinct locales. Hunt down and destroy enemy spacecraft, crush capital ships, mine asteroids for rare minerals, and find blueprints to craft amazing new vessels.

Subdivision Infinity features stunning graphics and tight spaceship game play. Beyond the story's main missions, you will have an array of optional goals to keep you cruising, including space exploration, bounty hunting, and mining operations.

* Over 40 Missions in the main storyline
* Full MFI and Apple TV Support!
* 5 unique locations, each with a different feel and atmosphere
* Unique bosses! Capital ships destruction is not just included, but encouraged
* Side-quests galore! Take a break from the main story and engage in some rewarding side activities including:
* Exploration - Find lost relics like ship blueprints to outfit and improve your ships. Or, build a new ship!
* Free Hunt - Take on hostile spacecraft and hone your combat skills
* Mining - Harvest asteroids and sell their minerals for profit, or use them to craft unique ships
* Diverse selection of weapons and ships available to buy and upgrade
* Beautiful 3D graphics! Perfect for exceptional space combat

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What’s New

Version 1.32

-minor fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Rocketpunk ,

Worthy successor to GOF2.

While not as polished as GOF2, it has a decent enough story. No voice acting, but it’s okay, because you’re thrust into the game fairly quickly. I’ve not yet beat the game but I’ve played enough that I decided to write a review. The best way I can describe the game is a combination of both GOF2 and GOF3.

Easy to use UI. Very similar to GOF3: Manticore. You’ll be flying in no time.
The “momentum” you build from accelerating makes for some awesome shoot-while-turning maneuvers.
The upgrades are nice and quick: no waiting or speeding up or using different types of currency.
100% not pay to win. All upgrades are available through in-game currency and there is no in-app purchases. All prices on ships and equipment are easily achievable.
Mining is waaaay easier than GOF2.
The ships look nice. While the graphics aren’t as eye popping or gorgeous as GOF3, they still did an excellent job as far as graphics go.
You explore to collect blueprints for bigger and better ships.
Basically plays a LOT like a mix of both GOFs.
Very minimal storage space on your phone or tablet.

Again, the graphics aren’t as beautiful as GOF3.
The weapons, while powerful, don’t “look” as cool as some other space games out there. Don’t get me wrong, they’re perfect for the game, they just aren’t as cinematic as I’d like.
Honestly there isn’t much else to the cons. If you loved both GOF games, download this game right now.

Five out of five.

Developer Response ,

Hello! Thank you for the feedback!

Gitarzz ,

I LOVE this game...

I'm about 2/3 of the way through this game and it's been great from the beginning. The controls are nice and fluid, the most recent update allowed me to choose my own time in the free hunt, and it gets progressively harder as you go. The controls are pretty fluid and the settings allow you to fine-tune them the way you like. Adding the ability to replay levels was a great idea. When I'm done with the game I can go back and keep fighting just because it's fun.
You have to make allowances for the story though. Through the game you have to buy weapons and ships and craft special ships. You and the other characters are out in the middle of space with no connection to the rest of the universe except an arms dealer and a starfighter repair shop? Still, it adds a challenge to the game which is nice.
So, please, support the game so it keeps getting better.

Em1ly-Th0rn ,

Great so far

Alright, I’m already finding myself trying to use the same controls as GOF2’s ui in this game lol the similarities are astounding. What it needs though is definitely a free roam play style with the ability to go about missions at leisure. Trading as well as ways to fly to and dock at actual places in game such as your “home station” and other stations would be a great add on. I’m sure that more ships are already in the works because in my opinion there should be more diversity among them, such as being able to play the tank in a huge gunship/ warship. Fighters are fun and I prefer them but I’m sure other people would like to see those in game. One last thing, and this is a big one. While I found evading enemy ships in game with the boost slightly easy I would still like an evade movement mechanic of some sort added such as swiping the screen left to dodge left or right for the same. Other than that the ships movements and controls are wonderful. I hope all of this is taken into consideration and I can’t wait to see how far this game will go.

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