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game category:   Strategy Games

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A sci-fi turn-based 4X strategy game where you lead the fate of one of several factions divided between three races. Explore new worlds and new star systems filled with exciting secrets as well as new dangers. Build new cities, expand your influence and fight great battles on land and in space.

release date:  9 May, 2019

developer:  Grey Wolf Entertainment

publisher:  Iceberg Interactive

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About This Game

Humanity has failed itself through pollution and war. After a century of political tension and countless armed conflicts, Earth is now on the verge of being uninhabitable. A communication from deep space gives us the chance to leave our dying planet and start over, by migrating to Eos, marking the beginning of the era of ‘Pax Nova’. But will it be enough to save humanity?

In this sci-fi turn-based 4X strategy game, you may choose one of several factions divided between three races, and establish yourself in Eos. Explore new worlds and new star systems filled with exciting secrets as well as terrible dangers. Build great cities and expand your influence through efficient diplomacy, or prepare for battle on land and in space when diplomacy fails or for when you’re just a warmonger.

Explore your world and beyond...

Planets are much more than just a collection of stats. Your civilization will soon want to know what’s outside your atmosphere and will look forward to discovering, colonizing or even invading new worlds. Each planet is procedurally generated with different biomes and various challenges, and is filled with numerous secrets, creatures, characters, factions and much more.

...including space itself

Space itself hides numerous secrets but many dangers as well. Pirates, space creatures and other beings will try to hinder or help your progression throughout Eos.

An epic space opera

Three different races, all invited there, provide a choice from a total of 15 factions. Each faction has their own play-style and challenges. Unveil the past of Eos and define its future! How you do it however is entirely up to you.

Dynamic diplomacy systems and political landscape

New diplomacy options can be unlocked depending on your traits, technology, specific events and more.

And much more

  • Discover Eos’s secrets and solve quests, build space bases and outposts
  • Unique victory conditions for each player
  • Unit and ship customization
  • Randomly generated tech tree (Coming soon during EA)


min system requirement:  
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8 , 10 - 64 bit
  • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Intel Core i3 or equivalent
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Additional Notes: System requirements may be subject to change.

  • recommanded system requirement:  
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8 , 10 - 64 bit
  • Processor: 4.0 Ghz Intel Core i5 or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Additional Notes: System requirements may be subject to change.

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    Pax Nova user review

    An interesting new approach on turn-based galactical 4X game.
    A 4x game that has been steadily getting better, gives me an Alpha Centauri vibe. The latest update has really impoved the game, it's more stable and balanced now, and quite a few things have been reworked. The devs seem to be listening to community feedback. There is still a lot of work to be done, but I'm optimistic about the game's future.
    I'm going to give this a "probably, but not yet."
    September 04, 2019 temporary review: After two major updates, now the game is fairly playable and has many interesting features and a neat framework, but the contents still need a lot of adjustments and additions. So at this time, I can't say how it will complete. However, each update is solid and progressive, and the developers seem to be doing their best. If craving building your galaxy empire through open-map which cannot be found in other 4X games, and being tolerant of unfinished works, you may like Pax Nova.
    I'm tentatively recommending this game, because of the huge potential it has to grow. I was expecting something more fleshed out and not unlike any of the Civilization games blended with Stellaris,with more depth or randomness of environments pushing the player to adjust their style to the map and resources available, where diplomatic choices matter for the long haul - it's just not there yet. I don't know if that's the ultimate direction the devs for this game want to go, and for where they are now, have done a great job making a visually interesting and atmospheric game foundation on which to build something much more intricate and challenging. I'll check in whenever there's an update to see the changes for myself, personally, I like early access games and seeing how they grow and change over time. I wouldn't say this is polished as it is currently, but based on the huge amount of work already put into it, I'm sure it will mature into an outstanding game I will be happy to lose entire days to.
    To the creators of this game: I think the game is a great concept and once complete will be well worth playing. Issues I have had so far is units cant destroy districts or immobilize them when placed on enemy districts, so they spawn a unit right under mine which in reality should have already taken and cleared area. Issue number two so far is that i captured a city and decided i did not want it and would not let me raze it after the 5 turn wait. Issue number three would be the game crashing ill click next turn then it gets stuck on please wait. These few fixes could already make this game that much better.
    Update: After spending more time with the game I would say it is at least a 6.5 - 7.0 /10 , since it is in early access I would say it is in good shape. I still found there were like 5 opponents on the "few" opponent options, but they were manageable with diplomatic options, the one faction I took them down as they wanted to go to war all the time. Knowing what I knew from previous failed games I invested in Military early on, and just over ran him. Keep up the good work. There is a learning curve that is stepper than normal I think for a 4x I still stand that the tutorial needs to be better. But time will tel.
    This is by far the most exciting game I have played since Master of Orion II, the game that sets the standard for 4X.
    The strategy is excellent!! I save the game with two different saves (in case I mess up). I usually play an aether-based colonization so I must have aether in the first settlement or there will be no others! ( I often have to trash the game when there is NO aether on the planet, forcing me to try the same combination again.The language of the game needs polishing "I will buy 'off-you' "is low class English!!! And don't attempt grammatical errors on purpose (Ra Dynasty), they come off lame. Also the rulers of other worlds will not speak in stupid sayings. The research agreement offers are too numerous. The turn begins with a stream of them, and they can be annoying. It seems like every 5 turns it has to be renewed. Also, when I have done most of the research, I don't want a continued stream of requests. I DO find that the planets that can be colonized are NOT EVER NUMEROUS. When humanity reaches star travel, an earth-like planet will do. We will be able to terraform it rather quickly, so if you think of our own solar system, probably Mars, some planetoids, and the moons of the gas giants will be inhabitable. Venus and Mercury are probably too close to the sun?????, but who knows. Our Moon will be inhabitable as well. So, more colonizable planets and less "agreements". Another idea From the "Civ" games, making a secret alliance to attack another player, and doing so together in so many turns.
    Negative Review for now. I actually think this game has huge potential, however right now in early access, the pacing is all off.
    Adds nothing to the genre. Has ruined both of my save games, can't continue.


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