Many players of interstellar science fiction games describe the shocking experience “EVE Online” brings to them by saying there may be millions of sci-fi games in the hearts of different players, but there is only one “EVE”.
Even though Electronic Arts and other big companies are actively trying to launch games with an outer space theme, one cannot deny that interstellar science fiction games are a minority and games with an entire galaxy to explores like EVE, an MMORPG, are even rarer.
What if an interstellar sci-fi game had the same depth and breadth of content as EVE Online and was also a mobile game?
“Second Galaxy“, developed and produced by ZLONGAME, launched in public beta on September 10 and is live now for iOS and Android devices. As a sci-fi MMORPG mobile game, Second Galaxy was lauded by players after the public beta test and received a recommendation from Apple’s App Store.
Building on the success of “EVE” and innovatively streamlining the gameplay opened “Second Galaxy” to many new players that joined an open sandbox space war game for the first time.
New players generally say that “Second Galaxy” is much easier to play than “EVE” and that the complete tutorial chain is presented as part of the main campaign.
This section of the game takes a few hours to complete and also paves the way for the rest of the game. Some players are quite concerned about the problem of limiting the core campaign.
However, mobile games play in a way where the main campaign follows the plot while side quests help players gain experience and resources.
The game starts with a spaceship and you have to survive through battles. After finishing the first missions, players can delve into other content such as construction, trading, fighting, and battle tactics.
“Second Galaxy” gives players the freedom to dominate the universe or become someone pawn. What happens depends on not just you, but all of the players.
Players have also praised how ZLONGAME was able to build such a massive world. Before the Second Galaxy, no one could imagine that a universe made of nearly 5,000 galaxies could be built for mobile and with such excellent graphics.
For players who are eager to explore, Second Galaxy provides a universe of imagination.
Focusing on exploration means even more sandbox features in “Second Galaxy”. The trade system has players search galaxies for their own trade routes, convert materials received from trading, and mine for more resources.
There are even some players who venture to highly profitable black markets, but this comes with a high risk.
A coin has two sides, so does trading. So if a player does not want to peacefully claim resources, was is another option in” Second Galaxy”. In the game, all battleship damage is permanent with no do-overs.
This high-risk setting provides big challenges on dangerous routes. Combat often comes when you encounter a black hole or you can choose to cause chaos in a lawful harbor district.
You’ll be pursued by police NPCs, but who knows what will happen next? You could be the next great outlaw.
Recently, many players have gradually lost interest in slower-paced PC games.
After experiencing “Second Galaxy”, many players picked it to play in their free time. For now, “Second Galaxy” is a remarkable product for mobile and ZLONGAME has maintained its high standards of production quality.
Robin Ek – Editor
***Sponsored by Black Jack Studio***
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