Published on March 13th, 2017 | by Neil Jordan0
Star Conflict Heroes
Greetings & Salutations Folks!
Today, I have the good fortune to talk to you about yet another excellent mobile game that some reason has yet to appear on the charts of the Apple and Droid app stores. I can assure you though that this game is one that would make a most excellent addition to your mobile games selection.
‘Star Conflict Heroes’ is a space-action RPG from Gaijin Entertainment with a premise reminiscent of ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Firefly’ in which the player commands a ragtag fleet of warships and fighters crewed by pirates, mercenaries, and assorted colorful characters in various battles against aliens, fellow pirates, and other players in a quest to defend humanity against dark forces which threaten its very existence! The game touts an impressive array of special effects combined with three dimensional graphics and quality audio aspects that are definitely top draw for a mobile platform-based game. The game begins with the player exploring the universe and building up your group of ships from a small squadron to an intimidating battle fleet made up of 32 unique spacecraft which you can upgrade using blueprints and tech captured from other ships from battle to battle. Each battle takes place within a specific combat zone consisting of up to 4 of the players ships vs. 4 opposing ships. In each battle, the player can utilize the unique abilities and armor of each ship at their discretion against the opposing ships in order to win.
There are four specific game modes: Portal, Pirate Battles, Campaign, and Boss. The game also features an ‘Arena Battle’ option where the player’s fleet can fight other players in order to gain bragging rights on the digital leader boards and participate in online tournaments to win prizes. As with most of the better mobile games available, this game also features an in-app store where you can purchase credits and other selections to quicken your progress in the game. The app requires an Android system 4.4 and up or iOS 9.0 or better. I found the controls take a bit of getting used to but beyond that it’s an awesome game. I’d give it 4 1/2 out of 5 stars. Definitely One you could waste a day on provided you had nothing else going in the real world laughs