Available as an in-app purchase through the free Stargate Command app on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, “Teal’c’s Revenge” puts players in the role of the legendary Jaffa warrior as he battles SG-1’s toughest foes in a series of epic 1-on-1 battles.
Stargate Command is under attack and only Teal’c’s fabled combat skills can save Earth from total destruction. Reflexes are critical as you parry, block and unleash powerful attacks to earn XP, improve your skills and save Stargate Command from enemy Goa’uld, Jaffa and Replicators that plagued SG-1 through 10 seasons of the TV franchise.
Available for $0.99 during launch week only, Teal’c’s Revenge features:
- Console quality 3D graphics
- Intuitive touchscreen combat controls
- A variety of attacks used to perform amazing combos
- Realistic Stargate Command environments
- 2 game modes: Campaign and Survival
- XP gained with each kill to improve Health, Shield, Attack and Defense
From Arkalis Interactive
- Stargate Command brought the Stargate franchise into the sphere of modern-day mobile apps when it was released in July of 2012 (first on iOS, and then for Android devices the following January). As a free download it served as a shell for future in-app purchases, including full games. Stargate Command itself was thus rather basic, allowing fans to walk around the three-dimensional S.G.C. environment, hit golf balls through the Stargate (a la “Window of Opportunity”), and play SG-1 trivia.
- The first in-app purchase was released with the app, and allowed fans to pay 99 cents to see some concept art for future Stargate-related content from Arkalis.
- The first (and only) major release of additional content within the game is “Teal’c’s Revenge” (pictured above), a hand-to-hand combat game where players take on the role of Teal’c to defend the S.G.C. from various attacking enemies. It sold within the app for $1.99 (following a 99-cents promo the first week of release).
- Unfortunately Arkalis was not able to sustain the business model for the online environment, nor produce saleable content quickly enough. In 2013 the studio focused on its second Stargate SG-1 app, Unleashed. The company went radio-silent in the fall of 2013 and by 2014 had evidently gone out of business. Neither of its Stargate apps are available for download from the major app stores any longer.
Arkalis’ parent company was acquired by RegalWorks Media in 2014, but no further material has been released under the Stargate license.
- Watch extensive “Teal’c’s Revenge” game-play footage here!