Encounter enemy planets in real time battles while you explore the galaxy in a round based mode, making careful decisions about which fields of the map you'll uncover next.
Planets Gone Rogue! is an action / strategy hybrid in which heavily armored planets fight to the death in a 2D side view. Players must take control over their home planet’s defenses to find the unknown source of an interplanetary attack. A round-based exploration mode allows to collect resources and improvements, which will increase the odds of survival in the real-time battle encounters with enemy planets. The game is currently available for Android devices and Flash.
One Man Band Games is the single person project of munich based game developer Peter Wagner. Starting out only with mediocre programming skills but an immense love for everything videogame-related, he teaches himself in coding, art, music and writing until you will like the games he is about to create.
Peter was introduced to video games on his father’s Amstrad CPC and has played on home computers or consoles ever since. Being unhappy with his job as freelance software developer, he looked for alternatives and started creating a mod for Legend Of Grimrock together with a friend. Encouraged from this positive experience he stepped forward and decided to develop an entire game on his own. The result is “Planets Gone Rogue!” an action / strategy hybrid currently available for Android and Flash.
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- Indie Developer: One Man Band Games
- Game: Planets Gone Rogue!
- Genre: Action, Strategy
- System: Android, Linux, Mac, PC
- Website: onemanbandgames.com
- Email: email@example.com
- Google Play Download: Click here
- Other Download Link: Click here
- Twitter: @OneManBandGames
- Facebook: Facebook
- Google+: +Onemanbandgames
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