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Galaxy on Fire 2 HD Now Available for the BlackBerry PlayBook

Galaxy On Fire 2 HD 

PlayBook gamers rejoice. Terrence let me know that Fishlabs has released their much awaited sci-fi saga, Galaxy on Fire 2 HD, on the BlackBerry PlayBook. This is pure eye candy on the PlayBook with stunning visuals in a combo adventure, RPC, action game. It has you saving the galaxy as Keith T Maxwell from the alien horde and more. Features include:

  • A vast galaxy with over 20 star systems and more than 100 individual planets and space stations
  • More than 30 customizable spaceships and hundreds of different weapons systems, gadgets and commodities
  • A unique mixture of story-driven, mission-based and sandbox gameplay
  • High-quality visuals including complex 3D models, hi-res textures and breath-taking SFX3D sound, orchestral soundtrack and full voice-acting (English)
  • Customizable touch-and-tilt controls
  • Action Freeze™: Take screenshots from any perspective and share them on Facebook
  • Native support up to 1024×600 pixels for the BlackBerry® PlayBook

The HD trailer below should give you an idea of the gameplay:

Check out Galaxy on Fire 2 HD for $9.99 in App World and let us know what you think!

6 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Wow, $10 with no demo equals pass.

  2. Looks awesome. It looks similar to Sins of the Solar Empire.

  3. If you can’t afford $10 maybe you shouldn’t own an awesome device like a playbook or have the availability to play the game. If you wanted a game like this for a PC, it would cost you from$20 – $80. You don’t get this quality this cheap. Suck it up or don’t spend the $10 and not play it.

    • Excuse me Keith but you spend your money the way you want and please allow me to spend mine the way I want. I NEVER buy a game without playing a demo first unless it’s from a franchise I am already familiar with. It’s not a point of not being able to afford it mister high and mighty. It’s the point of paying for the game and then finding that it sucks. That’s how I roll. You may roll differently and that’s fine.

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