orb3000 · Apr 16, 2011 at 12:00 am

Space STG II for Android

Are you into games? Then perhaps you were waiting for this game to be ready. XDA member purp987 presents Space STG II for your Android device. Immerse yourself in a mortal war of clans, explore solar systems, manage cities, develop technology, and create your own space fleet. The game features 40 missions in story mode, plus unlimited quick missions, 8 different ships, and 8 upgrades of ships, among many more.
Certainly a great game to play if you have to kill some time. As always, the game can be found for free on the market.

Originally posted by purp987
Game provide:
-40 missions in scenario (1 special suprise mission) + unlimited quick missions.
-8 ships with (ex. Transporter, Fighter, MotherShip)
-8 upgrades of ships (ex. shoots from distance to planet)
-7 special technology (ex. nuclear missile, electrical storm)
-7 technologies (ex. turn back in time, tunel, enemy confusion)

Difference from first version:
-animated background
-new notification panel
-new resource (graphen)
-asteroids in space
-new amazing graphics
-better AI
-difference in planet view
-more ships, technology, special technology
-removed defence units
-added upgrades of ships
-and a lot of other things like moons, antimattern generator, voices of ships and female assistance, statistics after game, experience points and pagon, play improvements…

Continue to the game thread.


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