EMP Game

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Battles are not mere momentary bursts of action; they often last upwards of several minutes to an hour.
Alliance members may cooperatively attack the enemy, in this case, the strength of the allied fleets stack.
The main feature of the game is usage of tactics and strategy rather than micromanagement.
Space fleets are not tied to a particular location and can be freely based in any allied position.
Aug 7, 2014

EMP - A new space strategy game which focuses on the interaction of players, tactics and real-time strategy. Become a member of the strongest alliances and coalitions that will face each other in grand battles for victory!


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