November 26, 2012 7:30 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
Deep strategy games aren't the most common of indie developed offerings, and that's why I simply couldn't ignore Solar War; especially after playing enough with the thing to look past its functional (yet, oddly atmospheric) graphics and into its deep, complex heart. Solar War, you see, feels a lot like a WW2 naval strategy sim set in space and thus provides with some pretty detailed and thoughtful gameplay. You'll get to patrol moons, establish and protect bases, attack the enemy, cunningly maneuver lumbering spaceships, try to survive a bit more and generally enjoy a lovely, promising sci-fi offering.
Solar War, having already reached public alpha, can provide you with a demo for Windows and Linux. Oh, and you could pre-order it and help Snipefish release the best game possible.