Videogame publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Ntronium Games announce that their 4x turn based space strategy game “Armada 2526 Gold Edition” was released on Steam last night. The Gold Edition contains the ‘vanilla version ‘ of Armada 2526 plus its official add on “Supernova”, which includes several additional alien races, technologies, extensive trade options and generally adds flavor and uniqueness to the universe, considered by the press as a must-have addition.
Armada 2526 Gold Edition can be purchased on Steam at a 15% discount during its debut week. Steam owners of the base game also get a bigger loyalty discount for purchasing the Gold Edition. For more information about the game, please visit Ntronium Games official website:www.ntronium.com/
About Armada 2526 Gold Edition
Lead one of 18 different alien races to become a mighty pan-galactic empire. Manage your colonies, deploy your fleets and conduct research. Plot your strategy and turn your planets into mighty bastions. Explore new star systems, where you may encounter tachyon storms, psychic plants, primitives or find abandoned alien technology. Diplomacy is of utter importance in being successful. Make pacts and alliances, make threats or ask for favours – and when the time is right, replace diplomacy by space combat and fight it out in real-time 3D.
The trade system lets you trade valuable commodities between both your own and alien worlds. Alien relics, rare minerals, tourists, or even natural anti-matter, your freighters will carry them all. Although the game is complex, and the possible strategies endless, powerful help and advisor features, help you get up to speed quickly. Unlike many games in this genre, Armada 2526 focuses on providing a game that can be finished in a reasonable time, and emphasizes battle and strategy over economic micro-management. All with one purpose: to emerge victorious and conquer the galaxy with your armada.
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