Galaxy of Pen & Paper

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Galaxy of Pen & Paper


Galaxy of Pen & Paper is one of the best $3.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Behold Studios Jogos Eletronicos LTDA ME, Galaxy of Pen & Paper is a Role Playing game with a content rating of 12+.
It was released on 27th July 2017 with the latest update 27th November 2018

Whether you are a fan of Role Playing, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.


121 people have rated 1.1.1

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Galaxy of Pen & Paper is a turn-based meta RPG about a group of players rolling dice in the year 1999! Create your own game master and RPG party, as they roleplay, explore distant planets in their imagination, fight weird aliens and save the galaxy in the era of dial-up internet and floppy disks!

Assemble the party of your choice, picking your players, races and classes! Unlock new content with the blood, sweat, and luck of your party’s ingenuity and dice rolls!

Will your party include a Slayer Simian Savage or a Thinker Green Medtech? Customize everything from your battle encounters to your Game Master’s table!

Gather your adventurers and travel trough a galaxy of pen and paper, and discover the newest threat as they leave Earth. All the fun of a pen and paper RPG with none of the lost dice!

Prepare to be amazed with so much new things! Spaceship battles, stories with multiple decisions, sci-fi classes and races, side-way battles, planet navigation and exploration, and of course, traveling through space and time!

Updated on 27th November 2018


  • A lot of bug fixes!
  • Small fixes for iPhone X resolution.

Welcome to the new Galaxy of Pen & Paper +1 Edition free content update!

  • Improved balancing and unlocking experience with character Skills.
  • Improved event system: now it considers your current quest and the place where you’re travelling to.
  • 6 new playable classes: Sniper, Cyborg, Smuggler, Scientist, and two secrets.
  • New planets and biomes to explore: Laboratory, Old Tokeeo, Snow, Surreal, and many more!
  • 2 new player Races that could change your entire party: Reptoid and Mechan!
  • 5 new roleplayers that you can invite to play the game with you: Munchkin, Tragedian, Provider, Explorer and Anarchist.
  • Tons of new quests, new NPCs, new bosses, new skills, new legendary items and artifacts!
  • Achievements… and… a lot of fixes!

Many and many hours of gameplay!

Galaxy of Pen & Paper Reviews

Really loved this game, one of the best for a mobile title. Took us about 16 hours to beat with plenty of side quests.

Are you tired of games littered with micro transactions? You know those Freemium games that force you to spend money using paywalls? This is not one of them this is a 3.99 glorious rpg that plays like a mix of Final Fantasy and Dungeons and Dragons but in space. Do yourself a favor and take a stand against all those freemium games and support these people who managed to make an amazing experience at a flat rate with NO MICRO TRANSACTIONS!!!! All the bad reviews for this game are from previous updates which we guess we had bugs but from our experience we would rate this game a 15/10. Do the world a favor and make more games like this.

We felt like this game showed us that not all mobile games have to be grindy, as infested malware, and can be good games, one gripe is towards the end we found an upgrade for the blast attack, that let it hit all opponents and it oversimplified the combat, other than that highly recommended!

The game overall was fun but the issue is the characters faces when assign different classes. When you create a any character with soldier, gadgeteer, bounty hunter, and engineer, the characters faces changes, showing emotions. How ever when createing new characters with new classes achieve from missions. The face remain the same at its pretty wired and almost scary. Despite not affecting the gameplay and progress, the expressions show character and make them feel, real.

Ok we love this game and we’ve had it for a little while. But we did not have space for it. So we uninstalled it and now it wont let us add characters omg help us please!

This review is about this game. This game is 4 stars, the reason Im not rating is 5 stars is because after getting all our guys to level 30, having a blast, our sound for this game will NOT work unless we have a headset and our last headset has broke. We cannot play this game without the amazing sound and music, it breaks our heart because we really enjoy this game. Send help on trying to fix this music developers! We’ve restarted, uninstalled reinstalled, checked our settings way too many times! Really want to play this again!

Our issue is the classes didnt really feel like there was a variety and once you found the good classes the other classes just felt pointless to play so that hurt the replayability for us. Loved it though would like to see more like this or Knights of Pen and Paper.

Ill make this short its a good game probably the best in the series its just a bit slow.

Its a good expansion of the series, but your characters level up too fast. By 20-30% of the way through youve got all the powers youre going to use, and the game is pretty repetitive after that.

Not a terrible game, but we need the ability to transfer game saves between our phone and iPad. Id also love to see an option to flip between portrait and landscape mode.

We played the entire game, all 16 hours of it. As a true rpg, dungeon, turn-based fan we loved every second of it. The abilities were interesting and sometimes the bosses and enemies were difficult. There was a story that even though it wasnt compelling made us want to play tabletop rpgs and humanized our created characters. But at the end of 16 HOURS OF GAME we are halted by a game breaking bug. Where each time after we defeat the final boss, no matter what we do, no matter what we choose, the game CRASHES. And sends us back to the menu to fight the boss again, even though it saved our experience gained and items used. With that, no matter how much we enjoyed and loved the game we can give it more than two stars if it wont validate our time, money, or effort.

We played this game daily for about 2 weeks and in that time the game has crashed on us upwards of 30 times. The gameplay is fine, story is fine, everything is fine except for the fact that the game just crashes whenever it feels like it. Im realistically giving this game 1.5 stars because this NEEDS to be fixed. It shouldve been fixed before it was released.

TL;DR: Dont buy this game. The game is not really worth the money and the company that made it has an extremely shady past. Take the positive reviews with a grain of salt. Ill start with the game itself. Long story short its basically fine. On its own merits its not worth the money but if you buy mobile games often youve probably paid as much for worse. Overall the game feels stalea retread of their earlier games with no meaningful improvements (beyond some quality of life things that really should have been in their first game). We found the new mechanics like spaceship combat one dimensional and tedious. The revised skill system seems exciting until you realize they gave every character a lot of the same garbage skills to make it look more extensive and thought out than it really is. Im not sure if the script is worse or the joke of the series is finally stale, but this game felt joyless and rote. The games scope is shallow like many big sci-fi rpgs with lots of empty space pretending to meaningful places. Dont get us wrong: we understand people playing this game and enjoying it because its not badits just not good. Its fine. But thats not why you shouldnt buy this gameagain you could do worse. You shouldnt buy this because this company doesnt deserve your support or your trust. You might wonder why they make a big deal about how this game will always be a paid game. Seems like an odd promise doesnt it? Well, thats because theyve cheated their fans in the past. Their previous gameknights of pen and paper 2was everything this game isntit took the original and improved it across the board. Where it innovated it did so well, and where retained the traits of its predecessor it did so wisely. It was well worth the priceuntil Behold and Paradox got greedy. They replaced the original version with a free to play version that locked much of the content players originally bought behind pay walls. If you wanted the version you paid fortoo bad, it was gone BUT you could pay more than ten times the amount you originally paid to unlock it or grind for months to acquire the premium currency. Naturally they also revised the game a bit to make it slower and more frustratingyou know the usual f2p tactics. All in the interest of squeezing a few more dollars from a new audiencesomething they didnt need to screw over their fans to do. They could have simply left the original paid version intact or offered fans another way to access it. They chose not to. We know this might seem like a lot of trouble to go to over a game to some of you. However, you experienced gamers out there know what it feels like to support a small developeryou feel connected to the people behind the game. You forgive the game its faults. You spread the word. You jump on their future offerings as much to support them as to actually enjoy their product. Sometimes you get screwed a littlethe next game isnt up to the standards you hoped or they dont pursue the things you think they should. But this is beyond that. Behold Entertainment and Paradox defrauded their fans knowingly and intentionally. They also sandbagged any attempt to undo the harm they caused. They claim they offered compensation, but the compensation (some goldnot even the premium currency to unlock the game) was insufficient and, at least for us, never actually given. We fully expect theyll find a new way to cheat those of us who bought a Galaxy of Pen and Paper. Never trust someone who immediately and unprompted promises they wont cheat you… Again. We promised myself we would never buy another behold game, but after years we really wanted to believe the little Indy game studio that made the first pen and paper games would finally make something truly great. They didnt, and they dont deserve to be treated like they might anymore.

WONDERFUL game, now that the bugs are fixed!

We are loving the game very much. We wish we could just get some support for the iPhone X screen. Please make this happen with the next update?

This is likely our favorite game from the franchise. It’s only real downside is a few bugs here and there, none of which are game breaking. The combat can be very challenging and requires thought at times, which is an improvement from the somewhat repetitive combat in previous titles. The story is very interesting and has had us eagerly racing towards the conclusion. The best part in our opinion is the exploration of each world. The levels of the individual planets and spaces rations are designed well in that you exploration is often rewarded with in game items and some funny dialogue. We would recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of tabletop RPGs or the previous games in this series.

We were thoroughly impressed with the first KOPAP game and obsessively played the second one, but about ten minutes into this one and we knew it wouldnt even hold a candle to the games of past. The missions arent as interesting in this one and the way they went about incorporating reputation into creating new missions wasnt enjoyable for us. We despised what has been done with character skill charts in every way, shape and form. Other than the game having good visuals and the cool space battle implementation, we couldnt have been more disappointed in this game.

The only good game in this series is the original. They say that this game is supposed to throw back and be as good as the first one, but it is stale and repetitive. The combat just doesn’t feel polished and there is no way to improve your skills. You can use up to four at a time and once you find the four that match your play style you have dozens of skill points that do nothing. It completely weakens the feeling of progress. We wouldn’t recommend this game to anyone, especially fans of the original.

This game isn’t fun at all it feels like a they just got half way done with it then sent it out.

We loved knights of pen and paper but this game can only be played in landscape making it almost impossible to read and know whats going on will give a higher rating if we ever get to play in portrait like the other pen and paper games but we highly doubt thatll ever happen.

We tried to play this for a whole week. Really gave our best effort to get into it. Alas, the game is extremely boring. Weak plot and writing. Not funny. Poor character development system. Cant do much to customize your characters or go for unique builds. You can only use four skills and you cant even level up the skills, which make leveling up and getting skill point useless early in the game. And you cant play in portrait mode. They should have stuck with the format of the original pen and paper games. That would have made for a much more successful game overall. Major disappointment!

Dont go into this game expecting a repeat of Knights of Pen and Paper which was amazing. They messed with the combat so much that it is a completely different game now. So long as you dont buy it, you wont be disappointed in this game.

Uninspired and worst of the trilogy. Do not waste your money like we did.

What happened? The first two games were amazing. But this one? Hurts to know we played full price for something we dont even want to finish. Bugs, glitches, terrible game play. It gets boring using the same skills with no level ups at all.

We were very excited when we saw this because we just started playing paizo’s newest rpg installment, Starfinder! This is basically a virtual version, and that’s a beautiful thing.

We were bought this game at just launched. But too many bugs. Some bugs is very critical crash.

We loved Pen and Paper, so we were so excited when we found out that there was Pen and Paper but in space. We were horribly let down. The bug/glitch issue was so bad when we first started that we thought the team was bought out by a AAA game publisher and they were told they needed to have the game out whether or not it worked. Whatever money comes in just works for them since it is a five dollar game. We fail to understand how the class system in the game has less than its predecessor. The witty humor in the falls flat, and the overarching story could have been better. We thought about giving the game two stars but once we saved our progress our game crashed.

This game lid a love letter to fans of sci-fi, video games and rpgs. We really like all of the references, split paths and character interactions. Our only hope is to get some post game content. This game is a must play, and it might just bring you to play the others. Edit: we had a game soft lock that ended in the file unable to load, but they fixed it right after we sent the report, so bonus points on that.

Update: The last patch has fixed our previous issue with the game. We can continue playing our old save file now. Though this game was very buggy at release, the devs seem to be pretty responsive. Old:So we have 11 hrs in this game so far. We loved Knights of Pen and Paper so much and was so excited for this. However, this game is a buggy mess. Constant graphic problems, slow loading, things just not loading, missing images (Mars was just a big white box), and now our save file just won’t load. We’re playing on an iphone7 btw. We were still enjoying the game, despite the many technical flaws, but now we cannot recommend it at all after we just lost 11 hours. Please test your games before you release them. Content wise, this game is definitely not as good as knights. The classes are not different enough and we fee very limited by the skill structure. It is still charming, but lacking compared to knights.

So we love this game, loved the knights of pen and paper (both) but since this update when we load the game and start our save, everything is black. I’d appreciate it if y’all could fix it.

This game has a lot of potential and when they fix what’s wrong we will change it to 5 stars. The game has a huge progress breaking bug in which you will load a Save game and the game will randomly halt and prevent you from taking any actions. And it’s permanent. Nothing you can do to progress. Permanent black screen with the players loaded at the bottom. When the game does play, the combat is soooooooo slow. The entire thing could easily be speeded up by about 50% just from making attack frame rate quicker. Also. You don’t get enough player slots to use each class. And there are too many skills and only 4 skill slots. So making a build is a mess.

This is a wonderful game and a great evolution of the mechanics from the Knights games. The writing, graphics, and music are all on point. The cultural references make it that much more of a joy to play.

This game pleasantly surprised us in how it works and how it plays (since this is the only game of the pen and paper series we’ve played so far). Galaxy of pen and paper is a great experience that anyone who hasn’t played it yet needs to. Have noticed a couple bugs, but nothing game breaking or worth noting. Also we love all the chroma squad references in this game.

We’re loving this game so far. It’s really fun but there’s this bug in the title screen when we open the app where the music cuts off for a few seconds. It’s not game breaking or anything but we thought we should probably say something.

Really cool game! Infinite side quests and super cool story line. Gets a bit repetitive in the middle but picks up again towards the end. Pretty long as well!

If you have not bought this yet, you’re bad and you should feel bad. The 8-bit graphics are well-done enough to be appealing without being crappy. The storyline and gameplay are clean and are super interactive and fun.

Played all the other pen and paper games and loved em. Gave this one a try despite the negative reviews of bugs but we have yet to experience any at all ;iPhone 6). Thanks for putting out a great new pen and paper game, love the new skill point system!

Love knights of pen and paper and love this game. However navigation on the skill slotting screen is buggy and hard to navigate on phone devices. Please fix.

Really enjoy the game but hate that basically every enemy you ever fight has health regen because of shields. It’s pretty tedious chipping away at enemies when shields regen every turn.

Game is fun, but the missions are killing us. You start a mission, but can’t finish some, because the foe you have to fight is nowhere to be seen. Getting tired of this.

We’ve sent a lot of bug reports about he end game bug where the game resets back to before the start of the end mission. Great game, still needs some polishing.

This sequel is sorely lacking in many of the things that made the original 2 games great. But first, the good stuff: the music is great: campy synths recall many sci-fi greats. The pixel art is arguably better here than anyone else, especially the scenery, which is vastly improved. The storyline is as clever and fun as always. Nothing to write home about, but you’ll get a few chuckles out of it. The overall gameplay is different, but solid: you’ve now got a front and back line system, and several classes to choose from. Here’s where it starts to break down. Instead of several skills to level up and respec to experiment with as the game progresses, you’ve got a huge list of skills available to everyone, and unique ones to classes (with some crossover there as well). You’re also limited to 4 skills, including passive. As you level up you gain points to purchase these skills. This means you’re not leveling up skills, so much as buying new ones and experimenting with synergies. It’s an interesting idea, but it’s a downgrade for us. We personally prefer tons of unique classes with unique skills, and min maxing them as we progress, experimenting as we go along. You can do the same here, but once you find some good synergy, there’s little motivation to go back and set up new ones on ALL your characters. It’d be a 4 out of 5 for us if it were a similar game to the previous with just different RPG gameplay. However, this game is clearly ported from PC. It seems to have been intended to be "bigger and better". But on mobile, the text and distance between spaces is all too large. You lose what made the first two fantastic mobile games: they were designed for mobile. Here the game is only landscape, all the menus have a slight delay to them that make it feel much less responsive than the previous two, and the overall design is just much more cluttered. More complex and less intuitive icons with empty space everywhere and cramped toolbars make for a subpar experience. We’re not sure if the delays are just a part of design or actual performance hitches, but KoPaP 1/2 plays incredibly smoothly compared to this, with a tight, cohesive visual style to boot. It’s a shame too, because most people are fans of this studio for their mobile focus, creating experiences you could spend dozens or hundreds of hours on with your phone, and this game is clearly not optimized for that. We applaud the devs for their premium approach, and we’re happy with our 5 dollar purchase, but this game has forced us to look at their next projects with a more discerning eye.

This game is fine but not nearly as good as the Knights of Pen & Paper games overall. Maybe we haven’t gotten far enough in the story yet but there only only three races to choose from (why make a sci-fi fantasy game with only three playable races???), classes are fine but don’t give you much indication of their use (maybe show a preview of class skills during character creation?), and the players’ unique skills are either worthless or so specific that a worthy situation rarely arises. Inclusion of 3D maps and models is a weird aesthetic choice and, because of them, the loading times before space battles, going to and from planets, and warping to different systems gets tedious quickly. As for combat, we can’t put our finger on it but it’s really not that great compared to KoP&P. We’re sorry that’s not helpful but it just feels kinda shallow and boring; xp is dolled out sparingly and auto-leveling stats takes pretty much any and all fun out of grinding. Space battles are great though, interestingly enough. They’re way simpler but the random dice rolls for skill points makes it exciting when you go up against another ship with more hp and skill point potential than you; just because you’re weaker doesn’t mean you’re going to lose and, often, you can win with a little bit of caution and patience (and luck, of course). As for the story, it’s pretty much what you’d expect. You’ll either read the dialogue for the occasional joke and meme reference or, if you’re like us, you’ll just tap the screen to blaze through it because it’s not really that engaging or interesting. Your mission is always in the corner of the screen anyway so you can just check that after you skip the talking. All in all, the game is fine. Not great, not good, just fine. I’d give it a 2.5 stars if we could. We’re going to keep playing, of course; maybe we haven’t gotten far enough to open up the game’s full potential. We’ll have to find out.

The game has two basic elements; Text & Menu navigation. This is an iOS rpg which has a default font size is something like 8 points; and there’s not option to adjust in settings! Likewise the character building screen is full of obtuse icons and the same small font making character building a painful chore. We can’t be bothered to level our characters due to how taxing the process is on our eyes. If they fix these problems we’ll Change our review; Until then avoid this game at all costs.

We have no clue where the glowing reviews came from. We have spent dozens of hours playing pen and paper 1 & 2 and this sorry excuse is borderline unplayable. Hard to understand direction or goal, incredibly slow animation and loading times, unexciting skill "tree". Invested around two hours and just couldnt take anymore, deleting.

Our computer recently broke so we’ve been playing a lot of mobile games lately and this game really stands out above the traditional mobile game and we just thought we should say that.

One of the best mobile gaming experiences we’ve ever had. Anyone who is a fan of immersive single player RPGs and strategy will thoroughly enjoy this. Hope they come out with some expansions!

Apparently some of you don’t understand the difference between developer and publisher. Both "Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition" and "Galaxy of Pen & Paper" were by the same developer. "Knights of Pen & Paper 2", on the other hand, was by a different development team.

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