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  • Publisher: Microids
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 848.7 MB
  • Version: 1.0.2
  • Price: Free
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App description: Explore the outer reaches of the galaxy and build a space empire.

jeuxvideo.com - 16/20
"The beauty and wealth of its gameplay will delight fans of the genre"
"A highly successful soundscape"

Gamekult - 8/10
"By subtly combining strategy and management in magnificent environments, Haegemonia will delight the many space conquest fans"
"The magical reconciliation of two genres: STR and Management"

Actiontrip.com - 8,3/10
Haegemonia: Legions of Iron is a 3D space strategy featuring all the best elements of its genre

Worthplaying.com - 9/10
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Earth... this term used to mean Mankind... until technology finally gave humanity the ability to explore space. As humans began to seek out adventure and new territories beyond the safe boundaries of Earth, the number of colonists who were not born on the home planet increased.
In the 22nd century almost 1 billion people were living on various planets throughout the Solar system.
With the growth of their economic and military power, new tensions arose between Earth and the colonies. Their leaders agreed that a peaceful solution was needed and Earth's Moon was chosen to host a meeting between them...

Discover the free version of Haegemonia: Legions of Iron. Includes the first four missions. The full game is available with an in-App purchase.

In Heagemonia Legions of Irons, the player has to explore and conquer the galaxy as the head of his fleet, planning colonization, terraforming planets, managing his resources and deciding on the appropriate technological research to lead mankind where he wants it to go.
Research, combined with a top-notch spy network, will enable the player to survive in a stellar system which is much more dangerous than it would first appear to be. Black holes, asteroid fields, nebulas, cosmic clouds and wormholes as well as alien races... make each fleet sortie a perilous affair.

Breathtaking real-time space battles. You can also interrupt the fighting to issue new orders.
2 campaigns available: Earth or Mars
Manage colonies. Build their defenses and decide on their production.
Send your spies to spread chaos, assassinate enemy heroes, or steal the adversary's technologies...
40 imperial vessels, military and civilian bases
More than 200 inventions to develop
50 different categories of planet (Gas, Forest, Arctic, Oceanic, Volcanic, Acidic, Rocky, etc.)
5 classes of hero (Soldier, Spy, Scientist, Governor, Tyrant) and many skills to develop for each one
Your crews gain experience and expertise as the fighting progresses.
New random events allow you to enrich your experience and be promoted.
3 levels of difficulty, from easy to difficult

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10-07-2014, 10:53 AM
#2
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Pokke Village, Indonesia
Posts: 1,328
This look so sick!!!! So no internet required right?

Currently Playing: Crashlands, Pokemon Heart Gold, Digimon Re: Digitize, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
Officially moved to android

10-07-2014, 12:46 PM
#3
Joined: May 2014
Posts: 28
how is iapp?
10-07-2014, 12:53 PM
#4
Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 4,269
10-07-2014, 01:31 PM
#5
Joined: Aug 2010
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Posts: 2,761
I'm assuming this is a port of the old PC game by the same title? A couple of the screenshots sure look like it.

Social Games: Pocket Mine 2, Terra Battle, PAD
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10-07-2014, 03:17 PM
#6
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: Reading, England
Posts: 1,723
There may not even be any IAP aside from the full game unlock... I'm hoping this is the case, anyway...

I know... How naive can you get?!
10-07-2014, 04:16 PM
#7
Game Impressions


The current Build is as bugged and as unpolished as the Game was twelve(!) years ago when it showed up on the Store Shelves.

Kinda disapointed that the team at Microids didn`t took those two seconds to at least replace every dialog in the Game where the Game is asking you to press F1 or press some Key on your Num Pad or take some extra time to at least fine tune their Control System.

My rant about what is wrong with the Game could go on and on and...but instead of wasting any more time with it I am glad that I can just erase the Game and that I only have wasted some of my time with it and at least don`t have to fill in another request for a refund.

Last edited by Sanuku; 10-07-2014 at 04:26 PM.
10-07-2014, 11:16 PM
#8
Christ knows how this company is still going! I remember them from PS1 days and they were a byword for low rent mediocrity. I had a shot since it was free and quickly failed to do anything useful! Has anyone gotten anywhere?
10-08-2014, 12:21 AM
#9
Joined: Jun 2014
Posts: 105
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sanuku View Post
YouTube: video

The current Build is as bugged and as unpolished as the Game was twelve(!) years ago when it showed up on the Store Shelves.

Kinda disapointed that the team at Microids didn`t took those two seconds to at least replace every dialog in the Game where the Game is asking you to press F1 or press some Key on your Num Pad or take some extra time to at least fine tune their Control System.

My rant about what is wrong with the Game could go on and on and...but instead of wasting any more time with it I am glad that I can just erase the Game and that I only have wasted some of my time with it and at least don`t have to fill in another request for a refund.
Refund requests actually work?
10-08-2014, 01:50 AM
#10
Quote:
Originally Posted by jesse_dylan View Post
Refund requests actually work?
I guess it does depend on how many Appz you buy through the year. Someone once told me that they had troubles to request a refund but considering that I am buying around +3500 Appz each year and usually request around four or five times a refund trough the year it might be just be the among of Appz that I`m buying that let`s Apple just pass it through.

I don`t know what the official policy is if it comes to refunds on the itunes Store but at least for me it kinda seems so far not that much of a big deal to ask for a refund and get my money back.

Considering that many Appz are currently not working on iOS 8 or even on iOS 7 I am pretty sure that Apple wouldn`t even consider it a second to don`t pay out a refund when it`s clear that the App shouldn`t be even on the AppStore itself anymore available since you can`t go back since more then a year to iOS 6.