Pelit (Finland)Oct 14, 2012Fishlabs' retro space adventure is a joyous tribute to masterpieces such as Elite and Freelancer. It isn't awfully long and the combat system could be more polished, but updating your space ship and traveling to uncharted star systems is still a treat. [Sept 2012]
Aug 30, 2012Galaxy on Fire 2 Full HD is a well made conversion of a good smartphone game. Although the game has some flaws, it keeps you glued to the screen. A fairly big amount of freedom and a very pleasant gameplay model are the game's biggest assets. You could want it to be a more complex, "bigger" game, but you need to remember, that it's not an AAA title and its simplicity should appeal to many players. If you play for no more than 2-3 hours at once, you should have a very good time – especially if you treat GoF2 as an arcade action game and not a space fighter simulator.
Awards & Rankings
Mixed or average reviews- based on 54 Ratings
Sep 17, 2012What content it does have is enjoyable, but it barely has a story, has a small amount of side missions, and you can get the best ship with theWhat content it does have is enjoyable, but it barely has a story, has a small amount of side missions, and you can get the best ship with the best equipment and dominate the entire small galaxy in a short amount of time. Not worth more than $10 in my opinion. I will be waiting for a massive expansion pack to care about this game ever again.… Full Review »
Aug 26, 2012This game united all best of space simulators. On a tablet looks super, but on the computer is something divine! The simple scheme of thisThis game united all best of space simulators. On a tablet looks super, but on the computer is something divine! The simple scheme of this game - huge advantage. Not to come off! Fishlabs,thanks!… Full Review »
Jun 9, 2014For the price, it is HELLA not worth it. You're basically paying $20 for a game that plays and feels like a game made for a mobile phone,For the price, it is HELLA not worth it. You're basically paying $20 for a game that plays and feels like a game made for a mobile phone, because that's exactly what it is.
There is no PC support. All updates and patches are MAC only.
The biggest glaring flaw that you will run into is the fact that you will target lock allies over enemies, meaning that using guided weapons of any kind is worthless..
I'd also like to emphasize that, because the addons aren't available on PC, and never will be, the game is incredibly short, with half it's content, and ships, missing as a result.
The developers previously used the excuse "Sales weren't good enough on PC". Of course, with a $20 pricetag ($15 more than the mobile phone counterpart), its a wonder why, on top of the fact that most negative reviews about this game stem from the fact that none of the DLC has been, or ever will be ported to PC.
I hope this helps anyone looking into this game. There are better space games out there. This is essentially a non-multiplayer version of Star Conflict with worse controls.… Full Review »