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Colonize solar systems, annihilate homeworlds, and exterminate your foes in epic interplanetary battles with multiple players and thousands of units. Planetary Annihilation takes strategy gaming to a never-before-seen scale - and gives players powerful tools to control the action. Blow up everything, anywhere; dominate with punishing spacecraft, robots, and other futuristic machines of war. Arm asteroids and send them on planet-destroying collision courses. And take over an entire galaxy in a dynamic single-player mode with procedurally generated content. Don't just win, annihilate!
Planetary Annihilation is a real-time strategy game (RTS) by Uber Entertainment, in which you search in vain for a story. There is the Galactic War, but there is no real plot in this one either. For single players, the game offers no long-term motivation...
in this respect. Apart from the story, the game has a lot to offer. There are 5 different types of units (water, air, vehicles, robots and orbit) with which you can attack your opponent and eliminate other options for the enemy commander. If the commander is gone, the game is over, no matter how many buildings the player has left. There are only two resources, but with them you have to keep good households running to keep buildings and unit production running permanently, because a permanent production makes sense if you want to compete against the AI. While it is actually still easy to manage on Normal, the other levels of difficulty attract you and make life difficult. Thanks to short messages, camera anchors and the like, however, you can always keep track of things. The AI doesn't bind you to the game forever, but in multiplayer it can still show off. There is still a lot going on in this one. The amount of games is very manageable, but after more than a year in a not so popular game, I find that something is still going on. My only really big criticism are the game crashes, which occur again and again for completely unseen reasons. There are several tips in the forum to fix them, but none of them helped me. The graphic is ok. It could all take a little more detail but this would probably damage the overview and this should be the focus of a strategy game. At least the different commanders look pretty cool. The sound is 0815 and mixed with different announcements and warning noises. All in all, it is a game with a lot of potential, but it gives a lot away. It has its strengths but also enough weaknesses, so I can only recommend it to a very limited extent. If you are interested in multiplayer battles and are not afraid of crashes, you can give the game a chance. However, if you are more interested in single player mode you should keep your hands off Planetary Annihilation.
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