Starport Galactic Empires Specifications
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Starport Galactic Empires Review
Last Updated: 2014-05-15 09:44:11
Starport Galactic Empires is a very competitive, massively multiplayer online, two-dimensional, RPG game for Windows PCs. The game has a large online community of players that play the game every day and can help you if you run into tight spot. If the tutorial missions at the beginning of the game don't do enough to explain things to you in a way that you understand, there are several online YouTube videos that you can browse through and watch in order to fill that void. Starport has a great story and background to go along with the game. It is not one to leave you wondering what exactly is going on.
In starport, you play as the captain of a merchant spaceship in the universe near Earth. Haul valuable cargo and transport passengers through space in order to work your way up in the ranks of the game world. You can upgrade your ship gaming funds and experience as you play the game. This also helps your standing at the game progresses. In order to survive in the world of Starport, it is almost a requirement for you to constantly equip and upgrade your ship, otherwise it will be unable to handle everything that's thrown at it.
You can choose to claim a world by starting a colony on it. But it's a lot easier than it sounds. In order to start and develop a colony, you must defend the colonists and keep them happy. If you continuously do both of those things, the call me will be successful and will become very valuable stronghold for the future. If you fail at those two objectives, the colonists will fail, die off, and you will have to start all over again with a new colony. If starting your own colonies aren't your thing, there's still a way that you can be successful in the game.
You can choose to roam the galaxy as a pirate, invade, and take over the colonies of other players. You can choose to spend your warp fuel to explore more of the galaxy where, if lucky enough, you may find powerful artifacts of alien technology and/or valuable information. Eventually you could get good enough to own a large part of call and earn tons of experience points allowing you to quickly move up in the rankings. You can also take part in porting: if/when you acquire resources in your cargo holds which is indicated by the gray grid of boxes on the right, you will need to find a Star Port to sell them at. You can make a profit for your resources that the merchant decides to purchase them. If you will like to purchase new ships or hardware, one of four places that you can visit is the StarBase in Sol. The more commonly found smaller ports are only there for buying or selling resources.
Starport is a great game, and I highly recommend that you give it a try. You may just become addicted, get a bunch of resources and colonies, move up in the rankings, and become a Starport king.