"Cadets, listen up! We are here to review yet another free-to-play shooter by developer Bigpoint Games. Much like the game Seafight (also by Bigpoint and which you can also find in a separate review on this site), the goal is to achieve total individual supremacy."
"Set far in the future, and in space, the main difference in this game, is that you are actually able to build up a small armada. This offers a distinct advantage in all combat, although the NPC enemies will also have large groups of spacecraft that will blow you out of the sky without warning."
"Another similar feature is the ability to easily command a large variety of weapons simultaneously in battle. These are assigned to the numeric keys, so it requires little effort to unleash a volley of lasers and rockets on your target, making it feel a bit more streamlined than it's pirate-based cousin. An improvement in the system is that you are able to set a destination by clicking on the mini-map, and your ship will automatically travel to the location, giving you time to jump up and grab a drink from the fridge."
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