ASTROKINGS Coming to Mobile

Renowned Sci-Fi strategy game developer ANGames has announced their latest game ASTROKINGS, a free-to-play 4X Sci-Fi MMO strategy game, and launched an official version on Google Play and iOS App Store in more than 119 countries.

About Astrokings

ASTROKINGS is a 4X strategy game set in the far future in a distant galaxy, where humans have built a new galactic civilization after fleeing from a mysterious alien confederation called the Crux. Centuries later, as the human empire falls and the aliens bring the full might of their fury against all the human worlds, the players take on the mantle of leadership for the few surviving planets.

ASTROKINGS’ immersive, rich storyline is truly special in that it was crafted by the world-famous authors Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff of The Illumninae Files series, which won the esteemed Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction novel.

Last month, AN Games successfully introduced a new content, ‘Trade Planet War’ which has been a huge success. With Federation members, players have a war to win unique planets called ‘Trade Planets’ and occupy them for 2 weeks. The winners also determine the tax rate, the budget, and item distribution of the Trade Planet.

“ASTROKINGS is the latest successor of a 19-year legacy, based on the Astronest universe (series of previous titles released by the developer since 1999) and related contents, and it will not be the last, either,” said Henry Choi, Product Manager for ANGames. “There will be more contents and surprises we have in store for our fans.”

For more information visit the games Facebook page here, https://www.facebook.com/playastrokings/

Matthew Wrightson

I have been playing games for over 30 years, I mainly focus on FPS, Sport and adventure type of games. When reviewing I keep an open mind and will write how I feel the game plays for me.

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