Star Squadrons

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Star Squadrons
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This is a space real-time strategy game that combines epic space battles and development on planets. You take on the role of a young commander Aldrin, who joined the Resistance and struggling against the oppressive Empire for freedom and independence of planetary systems.


Select units: 
a) Click left mouse button on a unit 
b) Hold left mouse button and drag over the screen to select multiple units.


Move units: 
Click left mouse button to any place to move selected units.


Deselect units: 
a) Click 'Deselect' button
b) Select with a frame on empty space
c) Press [space] key.


Destroy selected units: 
Press [Ctrl] + [X]


Select specific type of units: 
Select with a frame and hold follow keys to select specific unit types: [Z] - assaulter, [X] - troops, [C] - defence, [V] - service (you can combine them).


Add to a group: 
Select with a frame and hold [Shift] key


Remove from a group: 
Select with a frame and hold [Ctrl] key


Open the planet's panel:
Deselect all units then 
a) Double-click on the planet
b) Click on the planet and then click 'open' button
c) Click on the planet and press [space] key


Camera movement: 
a) Press WASD or arrow keys
b) Move mouse out of the game screen
c) Click on the minimap


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