The Humble Bundle people are at it again, with the second official mobile bundle, though they have had other Android-based bundles before they started numbering. This is the standard Humble Bundle affair: pay what you want, ...



[Note: Article contains mild mission spoilers] Star Command is totally worth the $3, but the game is hella broken. Ironically, the more of a fiery death inferno your ship becomes the easier the game gets. If you haven't...



Star Command is a pretty neat game, but it can get extremely overwhelming and confusing, especially if you don't have simulation experience. Once you get the hang of things though, it becomes not only manageable, but a times, easy. Here's a few tips to help you get started, Captain!



Star Command had a pretty rough development cycle. After seeking help on Kickstarter to finish the game, a series of unfortunate events resulted in a mismanagement of the project's cash flow, leading backers to wonder if the ...



Warballoon's Star Command seems to be shaping up rather nicely. As one of those games that got Kickstarted before it was cool, it missed its initial planned release of late last year, but it is currently planned for a Summer...



To a fan of all things sci-fi, X-Com, and mobile games that are worth a damn, Star Command looks as fapworthy as it gets. It's even being developed for iOS and Android! To make sure the game will actually be as good as it ca...



Remember Star Command? It's that upcoming mobile game that I called "Game Dev Story meets Star Trek" last week and may have gotten a little bit excited about. In an interview with Three Quarter D/Pad, two guys from War Balloo...



I could explain in detail why Star Command has jumped to my most anticipated mobile game of the year. Instead, here is a list of reasons from the game's website and the Reddit thread where War Balloon Games answered Redditors...