If you dig space-based mobile shooters, you’ve probably heard of Fishlabs Entertainment’s Galaxy on Fire franchise. The first two games were extremely popular, and the team has been hard at work on Galaxy on Fire Alliances for over 2 years. If you’ve been chomping at the bit to check out the new MMO, today’s your lucky day as the game just got a soft launch across 14 different regions.galaxy.on.fire.alliances2
Galaxy on Fire Alliances takes the formula that worked so well in the first two games and expands upon the GOF universe by bringing new mechanics into play in the form of an MMO. You can choose from three races as you battle amongst the stars and try to build up your home world. Alliance introduces PVP combat along with multiple co-op features, and it takes the MMO moniker seriously with a huge star map that features more than 200,000 planets. If you played the previous Galaxy on Fire games, you already know how slick those star systems are going to look. The games are definitely easy on the eyes.galaxy.on.fire.alliances
At the moment,  Galaxy on Fire Alliances is only available as a “soft launch” on iOS for folks in the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Sweden, Austria, Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Australia, Switzerland, and Germany. The game will run on the iPhone 4S or higher, iPad 2 or higher, and the iPod touch 5G. You’ll have to have an internet or data connection and be running at least iOS 6 to play the game. If you live in one of the regions listed, Galaxy on Fire Alliances is available to download for free. The game is expected to get a full release for iOS in the first part of 2014 and will come to Android later in the year.

Galaxy on Fire Alliances