You know what? Developers are way savvier than we give them credit for. Why do I say that? Because Her Majesty’s Spiffing, the point and click adventure which parodies Star… Continue reading
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Spaceplan is an odd sci-fi clicker that is inspired by Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time. You have to create and launch a series of potato-based devices from a satellite orbiting an unknown… Continue reading
Our friends over at Zen Studios have revealed a new Star Wars themed pinball table that will be coming soon to all versions of Zen Pinball. This new table will be themed around Star Wars: Rogue One and will have you working alongside Jyn Erso and the rest of Rogue One in an attempt to steal the Death Star plans, and of course restore hope to the galaxy.
Back in November 2016 we reported on a new Star Wars game heading our way soon from NetMarble called Star Wars: Force Arena. After a pre-registration period of a couple of months, the game has finally gone live on Google Play for everyone to download and start playing.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. will be updating their popular mobile title Star Wars: Force collection on December 14th. This update brings a third set of cards inspired by Rogue One: A Star Wars™ Story. Players will be able to collect two new 5-star character cards: Captain Cassian Andor and Darth Vader. Making their way into the fray alongside Captain Andor will be Alliance loyalists K-250 and Bodhi Rook. In addition, there will be two imperial specialists introduced from Rogue One: A Star Wars™ Story: Shore Troopers and Tank Troopers.
NetMarble has announced what their next game release will be, which is a Star Wars game called Force Arena. This particular game is a PvP-focused title where you’ll be going up against other players in real-time combat. Once you start up the game, you’ll be able to pick which side you want to be on, the Rebellion or the Empire.
A new LEGO game will be arriving soon for Android devices called LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We originally touched on this game coming to Nvidia Shield devices about a week ago, and it appears that all Android users with newer devices will also be able to play this game.
Thanks to titles such as SolForge, Order & Chaos: Duels, and Heartstone, collectible card games have emerged as an incredibly popular genre on mobile platforms. That EA wished to capitalize on the popularity of the genre and add to the proliferation of TCGs in the Play Store is no real surprise. However, that EA decided to put forth a TCG in the form of the Base Command mini-game included in the Star Wars Battlefront companion app, is quite the surprise.
EA has pushed out an update today for their Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes with additional characters, all of which are inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In total, there are ten new characters from players to collect and use in their teams. With the addition of new characters mean you’ll also be able to figure out new strategies for combat as well.
As fans the world over await the December 18th release of Episode VII with feverish anticipation (myself included), many have turned to the recent onslaught of media offerings to get their interim Star Wars fix. With a slew of new EU novels, multiple Marvel comic books, a new animated series and the blockbuster release of Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars fans have been fed a continuous stream of Star Wars content over the past year. But what of those Star Wars fans that are more inclined to consume content on their mobile devices? Electronic Arts sought to leave no stone un-turned in that regard, but after having spent some time with their recent mobile “RPG,” Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, I am of the mind that this was a stone best left undisturbed.