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Posted: Dec 21st 2011 10:43PM (Unverified) said

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Move along, nothing to see here, just another browser based, time/money flushing so-called rts. It's just like every other asian browser game of the type. It even uses the same ship graphics I've seen in two other games exactly like this.

Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 12:38AM drunkingamebar said

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Surprised it's not another lolBigPoint game.
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Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 1:06AM Falknir said

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@(Unverified) That space-station in that picture (wallpaper from the site): http://light-of-nova.joyfort.com/template/default/portal/img/media_img/007.jpg

Pretty much looks like a ripped off ship design from Star Wars called the Lucrehulk-class battleship: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Lucrehulk-class_battleship

Heck, they even kept most of the obvious command-towers and two dishes in the same orientation on the core-ship. Various other key design elements are all still in the same place with striking similarities.

All they really did to try and make this less obvious was add a secondary ring and flattened the core-ship.
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Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 7:24AM Dianoga4 said

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This is the same game as Planet War but under a different publisher.

Posted: Dec 26th 2011 11:50AM Webdoc said

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Same as planet war slightly improved graphics, much improved in game music (it still sux though). Slower game development will be more expensive for those who are dumb enough to waste real money playing it. Most of the bugs in translation and coding are still there from the original Planet War version.

Both this game AND Planet War are amateurishly produced/coded games from the Chinese for the sole purpose of taking the gamer's money. Both games are a conglomeration of ripoffs of ideas and graphics from other games including a real old BBS game Tradewars.

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