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Submitted by DroppinLoot 598d ago | review

Pocket Galaxy Review - New Gamer Nation

New Gamer Nation - Imagine zipping around the galaxy in your spaceship, going from enemy pirate ship to pirate ship, leaving a graveyard of enemies behind you. You race forward across the map, gracefully dodging enemy crossfire as you move towards their outpost. You begin to damage it; slow going due to its strong shields, but you eventually chip away at its defenses. Then, right as you are about to lay the final blow on the outpost and secure victory for your faction…you run out of ammo. Whoops! You are now a sitting duck until you run all the way back to your home base and either wait the 5 minutes for your ammo to be prepared by the refinery or purchasing the ammo outright. Such is a normal half-hour playthrough on the new browser game by Spectacle Games, Pocket Galaxy. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Pocket Galaxy) 6/10

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