Crying Suns for Android
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Crying Suns

Jun 25, 2020

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About this game

Developer: Humble Bundle
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

When FTL meets Foundation and Dune: Crying Suns is a tactical rogue-lite that puts you in the role of a space fleet commander as you explore a mysteriously fallen empire. In this story rich experience inspired by Dune and Foundation, each successful run will uncover the truth about the Empire... and yourself as well.

Gamer Reviews

1161 Reviews
9.56
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Sep 23, 2020

Honest review: By far the best roguelike Spaceship battle Strategy game I've ever played. At first when I downloaded it, I thought it would be complicated and overwhelming. But as I played it, it was soo easy to understand the mechanics and the gameplay. You will die a lot, but you won't feel bad that you've lost. As you can try again with different events and crew who can help you overcome the boss. The Story is sooo engaging. It follows a Rock-Paper-Scissors strategy on battling enemies. One type of fighter ship is better on another type while weaker on other types. Keeps you engaged and thinking which to play at what time.

Trust me on this. You'll not regret downloading this.

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Joseph S

Oct 9, 2020
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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
8.43
Campbell BirdJun 25, 2020
Crying Suns puts more than a simple twist on a tried-and-true formula. It combines multi-faceted systems with a unique narrative structure in ways that breathe new life and mystery into something that initially appears derivative. Despite a few UI quirks, Crying Suns is a refreshing sci-fi roguelite experience, and the mobile port features the modern conveniences (like save syncing) you'd want for on-the-go play.
Dann SullivanJul 14, 2020
Easily one of the best strategy games of recent years, and somehow even better on mobile. Its replayability is hampered by its story focus, and its chapter separation was unexpected, but gameplay-wise there's not a single fault.
Sean MartinJun 26, 2020
A sure pick for any who want an excellent resource management game or to live out their vicarious fantasies of starship captaincy

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