Whinis wrote:DON'T HIT ME.... but I think if possible this game would be pretty easy to play on a tablet ( not a phone) and unlike some other games actually look good while doing it.
agreet! play on a phone is too small for me.
zasdarq wrote:We are working on a tablet version and are pretty optimistic about it working out.
We're only focusing on tablets since they provide the ideal experience. The screen size on phones (and phone sized devices) is just too small to comfortably play FTL. Sorry!
EDIT: Tablets do include iPads* if that's what you meant :)
zasdarq wrote:It's all still to be determined. Sorry to leave it vague, we just don't want to make any promises (positive or negative) when we aren't 100% sure of what's going to happen.
lolmaus wrote:FTL clones Star Command and Out There are hitting Android.
I've already played Star Command. It is inferior to FTL in every aspect. Battle sistem is primitive. Player's and enemy's ships aren't analogous (Enemy ships have only one weapon, no dodging, no shield charging and unlimited suicide boarding parties. Player's crew are unable to board enemy ships.) Ship upgrades are very limited. The game lacks roguelike features, the most essential of which is replayability. There are only three weapons, all of which are available at start (the ship can carry only two of them). Galaxy exploration is even worse than that of FTL: there's no map, just a list of locations; you can teleport to any unlocked location regardless of the distance; locations unlock as you advance the plot. There is no trading.
But the game has gone live, and i play it. I wish i played FTL instead, where is it?
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