The Galaxy is a part of the Game Universe where the players create and develop their Planets. The number of the Galaxies in every Universe is different and depends on the number of players registered in the Universe. In the beginning of the game round there is 1 Galaxy and when it fills up to 36% the second Galaxy is created; when the second Galaxy fills up to 36%, the next one is created and so on.
Every Galaxy consists of 81 Systems which have a Sun in the center and 24 fields for Planets. In every System there are:
- Sun – it is the center of every System and is positioned on the 0 coordinate. There cannot be a System without a Sun;
- Planets – this is the place where every player constructs their buildings, researches their sciences and creates their fleet independently from the other players. Note that there may be Systems without any Planets in them.
- Team planets – this is the place where every Alliance constructs their buildings, researches their sciences and creates their fleet independently form the other Alliances. The Team planets are not obligatory for the System – they appear only if the Alliance leader declares a Planet for a Team one. Note that there may be Systems without Team planets in them.
- Asteroids – these are objects moving through the Universe so they pass through Systems and don’t have their own fixed coordinates so there may be Systems without Asteroids.
- Scrap fields – these are fields around Planets consisting of remains left after a battle has happened on that Planet.
Every object in the System (except for the Asteroids) has its fixed coordinates which are shown in the Galaxy menu below the object. In the same menu players can see two numbers on the right which show the System’s coordinates. The first number shows the number of the Galaxy and the second – shows the number of the System in the Galaxy.
By increasing or decreasing those numbers players can easily travel through the Galaxies and find their victims in the Universe they are playing in.