Lazy Galaxy floating out of Early Access

Time to take over the universe!

After a successful three months of Early Access, Coldwild Games has announced that Lazy Galaxy will be leaving Steam Early Access on March 22nd, 2018. In Lazy Galaxy, players takes control of a lazy alien race that wants to take over the world, but lacks motivation to do so. You build a base, construct ships and then send them into space battles! The ships can fight by themselves or players can control them directly by giving commands to move, attack or use abilities.

Lazy Galaxy also includes a variety of key features such as:

  • Build your base in idle mode, participate in battles in RTS mode
  • Achievements matter: Unlocking in-game achievements adds permanent researches that improve the gameplay
  • Item system: find the items in battles, craft the new ones on your base
  • Mod Support: players can add their own ships and items!
  • Micro-control is rewarded, but not necessary. You can idle out the battles or seek more active participation.
  • Mod Support: players can add their own ships and items!
  • More than a 100 in-game researches and achievements
  • Multiple development paths will add variety to incremental/base-building gameplay

If you are interested in picking up the game when it comes out of Early Access, you can do so via the Lazy Galaxy Steam page for £4.79 / $5.99. The game will also be available to play on Mac and Linux computers.

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Jack Simpson

Contributor Hey look, it's Jack, The Indie Game Website's resident Australian! Fan of Shovel Knight, Hollow Knight and all things metroidvania. Part of our core news team, Jack believes games are more than just entertainment.