Galcon is a high-paced multi-player galactic action-strategy game. You send swarms of ships from planet to planet to take over the galaxy.
In this game, you must click on planets to launch armadas of little spaceships against your opponents’ planets. The armadas can be re-directed in mid-flight, and planets will produce new spaceships over time.
Expect to see planets switching sides more than once!
- Arcade action Risk with planets.
- Multi-player network game for up to 12 players with teams.
- 15 different single player missions against 7 different computer players.
- Attack planets with thousands of swarming ships.
- Short battles, epic warfare – only 5 minutes per round.
- Net ranking of all net players.
Developer: Phil Hassey
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