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Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin

Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin PC-98 Title screen

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Teikoku no Haishin is a sequel to Kyōran no Ginga: Schwarzschild. The events of the game take place in 3964, four years after those of the previous game. Natural disasters and the military strategies of the Honsha Empire have turned the Jiro star cluster region into a realm of chaos and unrest. A new kingdom was established in the Somari star system, and was denied a peaceful existence following the combined military actions of the countries Lossaria and Tristia. The player must defend the kingdom and win the upcoming war.

Like its predecessor, Teikoku no Haishin is a turn-based strategy game with a heavy emphasis on actual strategy rather than tactics. Gameplay, interface, and visual style are nearly identical to those of the previous game. The player must manage finances and use resources to build a sufficiently powerful starship fleet. Diplomatic options are available as well. Once a battle phase begins, ship movement and attacks unfold automatically. The player can change general commands during his turn, but is unable to physically navigate ships, which distinguishes the game from tactics-oriented strategy games.

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Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin PC-98 Viewing ships and weapons
Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin PC-98 Main actions menu
Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin PC-98 Enemy ships are near. Looks like you are losing
Schwarzschild II: Teikoku no Haishin PC-98 Managing your fleet

Alternate Titles

  • "シュヴァルツシルト II 帝國ノ背信" -- Japanese spelling

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Contributed to by Oleg Roschin (164803) and 雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (52489)