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Wage war on your friends and enemies in this simple and engaging strategy game. Easy to learn and quick to play, Mayhem Intergalactic is surprisingly strategic. Play against the computer, or duke it out with friends over the internet. The universe shall be yours!
Release Date: Jul 4, 2007
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$9.99

About the Game

Wage war on your friends and enemies in this simple and engaging strategy game. Easy to learn and quick to play, Mayhem Intergalactic is surprisingly strategic. Play against the computer, or duke it out with friends over the internet. The universe shall be yours!

Key features:

  • This uniquely streamlined take on the classic "4X" (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate) genre provides your strategy fix in minutes, not hours.
  • A stirring dynamic soundtrack spurs you on to glorious victory!
  • Randomly-generated and hand-crafted maps offer interesting and varied tactical situations.
  • Create your own galaxies, then conquer them — or share them with friends.
  • Simple rules, emergent strategy. Blitzkrieg or defense-in-depth? Power on through the front lines or sneak around the back? Attack with full strength and leave yourself open to counterattack, or split your fleet and risk total annihilation? Dozens more tactics await discovery.
  • An alien wearing a monocle!

System Requirements

    • Operating system: Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processor: 1 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 256 MB
    • Hard disk space: 40 MB free
    • Video: NVIDIA® or ATI® graphics card recommended
    • Sound: On-board or better recommended
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
137 products in account
1 review
6.1 hrs on record
It's a basic but very enjoyable and fun indie-game with some strategy elements and appears to be fun with friends for some casual gaming.

Although, it lacks any sense of progression, it's still quite fun and sucks you in to the extent that you just lose track of how much time you've played.

It may not be everyone's thing, but I highly recommend checking it out.

However, I do have an issue with the $9.99 dollar price tag; at most, it should be for $5.00 dollars because it's not particurally feature rich, and not a whole ot of people even bother with playing online with the game, if any at all.

It's a dead game in terms of updates; however, this doesn't mean the game is buggy, it seems to be fairly polished with the exception of weird AI behavior at timesand the fact that the game can be easy sauce when using simple strategies such as only holding a few planets and "upgrading" them and ammasing a ton of ships just to roflstomp your enemies.
Posted: February 11th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
672 products in account
9 reviews
0.5 hrs on record
This is the answer to, "What if GalCon Fusion was turn-based?" I like it, because I'm an old turn-based kind-of-guy. It's not terribly deep gameplay, but if you want a quick diversion that doesn't require a huge commitment, this is nice.
Posted: February 20th, 2014
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2 of 5 people (40%) found this review helpful
482 products in account
17 reviews
0.5 hrs on record
Mayhem Intergalactic is a fun update to a classic game type. To win, a player must eliminate all enemy starships and planets. Planets produce starships, which can be sent to other planets to conquer or bolster defenses. The tricky part is that space travel can take multiple turns. Two fleets might pass one another on long voyages, leaving an undefended planet for attackers to conquer while the planet that fleet departed from gets demolished by the enemy fleet that just left the planet they attacked. If it sounds confusing, it can be odd to try to outthink your opponents to attack them but defend your own holdings, but there's no tech tree or micromanagement to handle. This is one of those simple yet complex fun to play games. The graphics are decent, the music and sound are good, and its mechanics, controls, and help are solid. Mayhem Intergalactic's well worth a few bucks for a bit of mental exercise.
Posted: January 16th, 2014
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