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May 31, 2014

Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet is a spacefarer’s dream game, now on Android

by John_A

Tales of Honor: The Secret FleetI have a huge soft spot for action and strategic games that are set in space; one of my all time favourite games is Freespace 2 and since then I immediately take interest once I hear even a hint of space combat. Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet is one such game that I took a liking too immediately after seeing its trailer and a few screenshots. The game includes ship-to-ship combat and allows you to customize and improve your ship between battles. Check out the trailer for some snippets of gameplay:

Developed as part of Evergreen Studios‘ storyworld of Tales of Honor, the game has been developed with a strong emphasis on the story and its keeping with the lore. If Evergreen Studios sounds familiar, that’s because they are the studio behind the recent Walking with Dinosaurs movie. While the game has been on iOS for some time now, the Android version is now available on the Google Play Store for free. Being a game with upgrades and customization, there are in-app purchases that can be made within the game, however so far in my time playing Tales of Honor, I haven’t felt the need to buy anything yet to be able to enjoy the game. Plus, it’s space!

Tales of Honor: The Secret FleetIf you’re interested in picking up Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet, be sure to hit the Play Store links below.


Press Release

After conquering the App Store, Honor Harrington sets course for Google Play

LOS ANGELES — May 27, 2014 — Evergreen Studios today announced the Android launch of Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet. Previously released on iOS, the game is part of Evergreen’s Tales of Honor storyworld, based on David Weber’s military sci-fiHonor Harrington novels. The space-combat strategy game is now available for free on Google Play:

“We have been absolutely delighted with the response to the initial launch of The Secret Fleet from both fans and newcomers to the Honorverse.” said Richard Browne, EVP of Interactive and Gaming for Evergreen Studios. “The launch of the Android game is just the next step in expanding its reach, we will continue to add richness to it through regular updates and whole new experiences beyond.”

See the game in action in the trailer:

Weekly online live events are also kicking off with the Android release. Players are challenged to complete difficult quests that reward super rare and legendary loot. These event-exclusive items equip the ship’s offensive and defensive systems against enemy ambush and help level up the ship’s crew.

The game is divided into five modes:

  1. Starship combat: Players actively manage combat by firing missiles and defensive weapons, shifting the ship’s orientation to utilize impeller wedges, and repairing damaged systems on the fly.
  2. Damage repair: Players shift between the ship’s systems to put out fires, and save components, conduits, and the crews’ lives.
  3. Upgrading systems, components, and officers: Players must use resources obtained via successful encounters to level up systems, install components, and promote crewmembers from rookies to masters.
  4. Exploration and story progression: Challenging Story Missions unravel the game’s main plotline. Sub missions allow players to embark on random encounters within Star Systems to gather resources to aid in quests and upgrade the ship.
  5. Live events: These never-before-seen special missions are now available for the first time on Android!

Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet on Android arrives on the heels of the 32rd Annual Sci-Fi and Fantasy Convention, BayCon 2014, in Santa Clara, CA, where David Weber and the Royal Manticoran Navy, the official Honor Harrington fan association, were this year’s guests of honor (no pun intended).

Also coming soon is the third issue of Tales of Honor: On Basilisk Station, the successful Honorverse comic series from Top Cow, which will hit stores and on June 11, 2014.

Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet is now available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

For more information on the Tales of Honor storyworld, comic books and interviews with the creative team, please visit

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