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  • Summary: From Harebrained Schemes, creators of Apple's Benchmark Game of 2011, CRIMSON STEAM PIRATES, comes STRIKEFLEET OMEGA! *** Earth’s finest fleet, Humanity’s final hour. ***Earth has been destroyed by the Hive Queen and her Brood and you command Humanity's last defender, Strikefleet Omega. As Omega's Admiral, you are charged with a desperate mission--find the Queen and stop her before she obliterates our remaining colonies. Warping from star system to star system in your search, Strikefleet Omega struggles to survive wave after wave of enemy attacks while mining precious crystals that allow you to warp in reinforcements from the last remaining shipyard in the Armada. Warp in reinforcements such as:• Starfighter Carriers launch fighter squadrons you control with a drag of your finger• Artillery Gunships fire devastating area-effect salvos with just a tap• Advanced Mining ships gather warp crystals faster and more efficiently• Bomber Carriers launch bomber groups to assault huge alien capital ships • Particle Projection Cannons destroy anything touched by the target line you drag And a many, many more—including the devastating Death Blossom, which unleashes the full power of your command ship, destroying entire waves of enemies at once! Join the Armada and take your place as the Admiral of Strikefleet Omega! Epic space combat awaits! Humanity depends on you! Expand
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  1. Jun 25, 2012
    It's a must-download for anyone who enjoys games that require fast reflexes and quick thinking, or just wants to have a blast while making sure humanity sticks around for a while.
  2. Aug 1, 2012
    Strikefleet Omega is free but it's a real "serious" game, a classic RTS with a good upgrade system. In-App purchases are attractive but not necessary.
  3. Jun 25, 2012
    Strikefleet Omega invokes some very happy memories of one of PC gaming's greatest triumphs, Homeworld. While this is a far more arcade-like, simplistic and brisk version of that classic RPS, we've given up hope on a third installment of the game ever seeing the light of day, and so this is just what we need to keep us occupied on the way to work in the mornings.
  4. Jun 28, 2012
    The visuals are very well done, making it easy to track the action even on small iPhone and iPod screens.
  5. Jul 12, 2012
    A fresh and well considered space-bound strategy experience like no other, Strikefleet Omega even manages to escape the IAP asteroid field relatively unscathed.
  6. Jun 28, 2012
    The ability to call in your own ships and draw out flight patterns for your ships grants flexibility seldom found in traditional tower defense games. Yet, that constant threat and anticipation of waves is completely intact, creating a good spin on tower defense (ship defense?) that I hope to see more of in the future.
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  1. Aug 26, 2013
    Strikefleet Omega is a tower defense game brought to us by Harebrained Schemes. Installing it is breezy, which I've come to expect from every app I download for Android. The graphical interface is sharp, high quality and well done. Loading on my Samsung s3 is effortless.

    The object of the game is to command a fleet of starships, which you buy and upgrade as you progress. Hordes of space alien ships come at you in waves. Pick the right ship and destroy them all.

    As a strategy game it's pretty good, but not the best I've ever played. This is due mostly to an imbalance in the power of ships which can be bought for credits (cash) and stuff you earn through gameplay. It's not horribly imbalanced, but it's noticeable. That said, I haven't spent the money this title deserves for being a well-made, beautiful, fun game. I've gotten a dozen hours of exciting gameplay out of it. The ease with which I can skip into a quick battle makes this a true casual game.

    I definitely recommend tower defense lovers download and enjoy this little game. While the balance isn't quite perfect, it's not damaging to the enjoyability of the game for casual giggles. However, if you plan to compete on the boards you'll need to be willing to spend some dollars. Thus far, the game is worth the money.