Lazy Galaxy 2 the idle/clicker RTS game releases on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the amazing creativity of developer Coldwild Games. Which is available now on Steam with 84% Very Positive reviews.
Coldwild Games is a game development company from Latvia. But now, the full release of Lazy Galaxy 2 is live. This is an idle/clicker RTS game with base-building and RTS elements. The gameplay will have you lead an evil (albeit lazy) alien race to conquer the universe. All while expanding your base, fighting vicious foes, and taking over the galaxies. This is Coldwild’s attempt to allow younger talents to apply their vision of the game. And doing so in the Lazy Galaxy universe.
Lazy Galaxy 2 Release Trailer
After staying in Early Access for more than 6 months (releasing late July 2021). Lazy Galaxy 2 is now complete. With the addition of idle combat and late game upgrades. Which offers more rare yet incremental features. Due to things like adding modding support and a custom map builder.
- Conquer the Lazy Galaxy 2 galaxy! Build your base, build your fleet, fight the enemies
- Hand crafted campaign
- Achievements matter! So unlocking in-game achievements adds permanent upgrades that improve the gameplay
- Control unit abilities directly or idle it out! Micro control is rewarded, but not needed. You can play casually with the battles or seek a more active role
- Multiple development paths will add variety. Due to gradual base building gameplay
- Mod support: create your own campaign maps, ships, upgrades
Lazy Galaxy 2 is an attempt to improve the previous title. Doing so by making the base building deeper, changing the battle system, and adding the custom maps. Due to allow for more spatial conquest. You will appreciate the new game, even if you have not played Lazy Galaxy 1.
In Lazy Galaxy 2 achievements matter. Micro control is rewarded, but not urgent. Are you ready to conquer the universe? The idle/clicker RTS game is only priced at $5.35 USD / £4.68 / 5,35€. Also offering a 33% discount until March 22nd on Steam. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.