Starts off easy

When you begin a level, you can see all the suns (gray) you can potentially conquer. Move slowly and carefully and never leave a sun with too few armies to protect it. Read full review
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Pinch to zoom

You have the option to see the whole gameboard or zoom in on the battles. You'll end up switching back and forth as you play each level. Read full review
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Upgrade to win

The larger suns produce more armies, and you can get them by upgrading the suns that have rings around them. Read full review
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Later, it gets crazy

As you progress and all the suns are occupied, you'll start having to defend against multiple attacks while sending out attacking forces of your own simultaneously. Read full review
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Check your stats

At the end of each game, you can view how the game progressed from the conquest of the first sun all the way to the end. Read full review
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