Welcome to the beginner’s guide to Galaxy Legend! Galaxy Legend is a new RPG from the makers of King’s Empire and (of course) Galaxy Empire, and despite being a much different kind of game, this one is extremely well executed. Your goal is to progress through the quests in the single player mode while also playing in the arena modes, forming alliances, and leading the imperial fleet in a quest to destroy the rebels. Read on for the beginner’s guide to Galaxy Legend!
When you start off the game at first, you will only have a few modes unlocked. As you progress through the tutorial, and even further into the game, you will eventually unlock every mode and every building. You start off at the single player mode, which is where you follow the storyline and become introduced to the main characters.
Battles are fought automatically. You get to watch your ship fight it out with the other opposing ship or ships, and you can watch it at either single or double speed. Later on in the game, you will be able to unlock more spaces in your formation in which to put your ships, as well as more special moves and more ships to use in battle at the same time.
After the battle, your reward will be cubits and experience points. Cubits are the main currency of the game, while experience points will allow you to gain player levels and progress through the game. When you get far enough into the single player mode, you will get to a point where you have to be at a certain experience level in order to fight the next battle. Plus, in your main base, you’ll unlock various buildings at various levels.
The first two buildings that you can unlock are the Engineering Hub, and the Citadel. The Citadel is where you earn your cubits, and can be collected from every so often. The Engineering Hub will allow you to upgrade various equipment in your ships’ fleets, or to buy equipment for the ships that have empty equipment spots. Plus, you can evolve your equipment here, too.
Later on, you’ll unlock a whole lot of buildings that you can put in your base. The Conservatory allows you to take on numerous challenges against elite enemies, which will earn you blueprints. Blueprints are then used as part of the evolution process for your weapons or armor. The Diplomacy Center will allow you to send diplomats out on various missions, which can earn you cubits, tech points, prestige and other goodies.