Adding to the list of yet another sci-fi space simulation war game, Star lord, as the name suggests, is the voyage of the player to turn planets into an empire. Filled with its share of shooting, strategy and captures, this game is worth to watch for.
The player here is on a long voyage on his spaceship and like every other sci-fi game, he is encountered by enemies and evils who are trying to imperialize his ship. He indulges in battles and halts in between to repair and refill his ships at starports and also to buy and sell commodities for earning some money.
Well if you think it is an easy getaway, then here is where the difficulty starts. The player encounters three kinds of planets, some friendly, some hostile and others neutral. While it is easier to capture the friendly planets to set an empire, battle the hostile ones, it is the neutral ones that can be tricky. In order to know whether the neutral planet can be friendly or not, the player can take the help of the local area maps. An unfriendly or neutral planet will try to blow up your spaceship. Beware to use all the knacks to safeguard your ship and set your empire on the planet.
Star lord is all about how to convert all the planets and bases of the given sector into installation friendly zones and then into an empire. So, tighten your seat belts and get set to rule the throne.
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