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Dive into the history of the smash hit game Milky Way Idle as developer Peter gives us the amazing backstory of the game and the husband-and-wife team behind it.
The current version of Interstellar War is the third generation of the game. A new team has made a great game together with the community. Worth checking out!
An interview with Febndy about the history and plans for Dragnethar Online.
We've already met Adam in his interview about Santa Monica FC Online. This time we dive into one of his other creations, called Football-o-Rama. An football manager game with high uncertainty about players' capabilities and issues.
A deep dive with Kote on the team and story behind The Open League, a football management game with a nice integration of Discord, bots and player interaction.
How did Mafia Omerta start? Learn about the start and history of Mafia Omerta, told by its creator Josh.
Bloodletting is a unique game where writing is part of your game story and level progression. We talk to Mike about the start and the current situation of Bloodletting.
Mantas takes us on a tour of the origin story and history behind the unique game Armygrid, a combination of chess, tower defense and expansion.
Dive with us and Steve into this baseball simulator and management game Broken Bat.
Mica takes us on a journey through the almost 30 year history of Phoenix: Beyond the Stellar Empire. Learn about the history and things that make the game unique!
An interview with Dave on his upcoming Made Man Mafia game that has been in his head since 2012, but started getting form in 2020!
Wolfgang cannot code at all, but has created and managed the successful Table Tennis Manager game! Interesting to read about his struggles as a non-programmer.
DoomDuck on February 24, 2024
A real hidden gem. Apparently this has been out since 2014(!) and I've never heard of it. Several hundred players online whenever I've checked in the last few days, so it's definitely not dead. Very involved economic system. I'll preface this by saying that trade is VERY easy to do in this game, and there is a large trade network, so don't worry if the following sounds too complex... But basically there's a lot of resources in this game lol. Broadly the main stuff can be divided into 4 categories: Raw Resources, which are extracted through planetary buildings or mining fleets etc, Processed Materials, which are made out of those resources, Manufactured Components, which are made from those materials, and finally Spaceships which have to be assembled from those components. It's quite complicated lol. That said it works, and is very satisfying to me so far. No other game gives you such a defined process when it comes to actually BUILDING your starships, if your into that sort of thing this game does it well. Great economics. I've not yet got to combat, but there is a LOT of variation in how you can make your spaceships etc, and I've heard the combat is good too. Apparently it's complicated too, and you can do a lot of stuff. Seeing the huge variety in hull types and components I can believe it. Now on to the reason I think it's flown under the radar... I'm pretty sure the game was first made in Russian. It's translated into English, and that means there can be some difficulties understanding certain parts of the interface, especially where abbreviations or shorthand are used which dont translate well (like col being used instead of qty to depict "quantity". I guess col is short for the Russian word?). The game has an auto translate by default in the in game chat which works pretty well and everything is definitely understandable, even if phrasing can seem quite strange. You'll notice however that when you turn the autotranslator off ALL the alliance advert messages are actually in Russian. I think I might be the only English-speaker actually playing lol, there certainly aren't any native English speaking alliances at least. So yeah... It's a GREAT game, but the localisation and language issues hold it back a little. If there was an English speaking clone I'd probably play it instead (because then I could chat with alliance-mates in discord instead of only in-game chat) , but I've played a LOT of browser based space strategy games, and none of them come close to this. So I guess I'll have to get used to the autotranslator or hope you, the reader, decide to give it a try. If you do, send me an in-game message. My username is Myriddin, and I'd be happy to answer any questions about the mechanics and such. The in-game manual is quite large, but also misses some of the procedural stuff and good luck getting anything useful from a wiki or reddit searching for 'Star Federation'. The name is so generic I struggled to even find this Web page after looking for it haha.
Myriddin on February 19, 2024
Literally best game ever :) Ridiculously addictive. Ideal balance between strategy and a bit of luck. Great story and atmosphere. Great graphics. Well balanced.
BlackDeathBE on February 18, 2024
the anarch confederation on February 18, 2024
I asked him to do this lol
HeatedBlizzard on February 17, 2024
Working on a revitalization. Won't be the same, but hopefully similar. Stay tuned.
JWag on February 17, 2024
Ambroid is a FREE, Multiplayer, Retro, Browser based online WAR GAME. Designed to be simple yet challenging, Ambroid will put you in a virtual world with land and money. You have to use your tactical mind to build up a powerful military and kingdom, to be the most economical but more importantly utmost powerful commander.
Mike on February 15, 2024
RIP to a legend.
Warzh on February 15, 2024
ovidio on February 14, 2024
how do you get on anymore
mark dickinson on February 12, 2024
Theodoreandroutsos on February 12, 2024
A very addictive game.
Lee on February 11, 2024
Theodoreandroutsos on February 11, 2024
Miss this game a lot! Started playing when I was 13 back with Guardian1128! Never thought it would stay dead but that's life. Long Live DARK clan ;)
Seas on February 10, 2024
This is becoming a great game, of all the browser based games this is a great one, i just wish i got more moves in a day
Laybea on February 06, 2024
We can only dream of a TMN return.
NYM on February 05, 2024