Star Wars: Commander

  • Disney Interactive Adds Squad Wars to Star Wars: Commander

    … every player on both squads has completed their three actions, or when time runs out. The winning team will receive Supply Crates. While Squad Wars are initially available on the new planet of Sullust, they will eventually be expanded to existing in-game planets, such as Hoth and Yavin 4. Star Wars: Commander is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon Appstore and Windows Phone Store. …

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  • The Apps Awaken: Star Wars Film Drove Revenue to Series’ iOS Apps

    … of Heroes led in terms of revenue, with $186,000, followed by Konami’s Star Wars: Force Collection at $56,000 and Disney Interactive’s Star Wars: Commander at $43,000. In terms of worldwide downloads, this figure reached 381,000 on the film’s release day, a 102 percent increase over the average for the two preceding Fridays. Specifically, Star Wars…

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  • Star Wars Mobile Games Updated to Celebrate The Force Awakens

    … not heading to the theater, there are still plenty of ways for you to experience the Star Wars universe this weekend. Here’s a look at some of the Star Wars mobile games which have been updated with new content or sales. Star Wars: Commander (Free on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Amazon) – Players of this base-building combat game from Disney…

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  • Star Wars: Commander Receives ‘Secret Alliances’ Update

    … Disney Interactive has announced the launch of the newest content update in Star Wars: Commander, the popular base-building combat game on mobile devices. Titled \"Secret Alliances,\" the limited-time campaign will see players fighting for the fate of Er’Kit in a new storyline. In addition, new gameplay features have been introduced to the game…

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  • Facebook’s 2014 Game of the Year: Cookie Jam

    … C is for cookie, and it also stands for champion, as Cookie Jam from developer SGN was named “2014 Game of the Year” by Facebook. Daniel Morris, the social network’s lead for mobile games partnerships, revealed Facebook’s 2014 choices for best new games, best mobile games, staff favorite games and Hall of Fame games in a post on the Facebook…

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