Mobile Game Review for Star Wars: Force Arena (New)
Game Title: Star Wars : Force Arena
Free to play. In-app purchases and upgrades also available.
MB size: 197 MB
Star Wars: Force Arena is now available worldwide for iOS and Android devices. Launched during the first half of January 2017.
Intro to Basic Gameplay:
Like other MOBA games, players will be in control of a leader and backup units. The same applies to your opponent. The objective of the game is to destroy the enemy’s shield generator within the given time. Both of you have to defend your own towers and blow up each other’s base. Be careful of the turrets that protect the bases. In the game, shield generators are protected by ally defense turrets. Keep in mind that once it’s destroyed, you lose the battle.
However, if you fail to destroy their shield generator, the victor will be determined through objective points gained. Your opponent’s leader can vary from Darth Vader to Director Orson Krennic and everyone in between. Eliminating the leader also makes your chances of destroying the opponent’s shield generator faster.
Although it comes with a tutorial for beginners, it does not cover all aspects of the game. While you progress through the game, you’ll also be able to unlock new card packs for your growing deck. Familiarize yourself with the types of cards/characters and their statistics as you go. Feel free to choose which characters to include in your deck depending on your opponent but make sure to include different types of cards (leader, squad, support cards, and structure).
Compared to other MOBA games, the distance between bases is a lot nearer, so you don’t waste too much time trying to hunt down your opponents. A mini-map on the top left corner helps you locate your enemies and their turrets more efficiently.
The longer you play, the more you’ll aspire to unlock all the other characters. Players are free to pick which side (Lightside or Darkside) they want to be part of. Beat Emperor Palpatine or be Emperor Palpatine? The choice is yours.
It also offers a feature that lets you chat with your guild mates.
Star Wars: Force Arena is said to have plenty of similarities to Clash Royale, but with a faster pace.
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story characters are one of the newest additions to the game.
- A new Guild system has been added.
Would definitely recommend this to Star Wars fans of all ages, even kids (aged 9 and up). Graphics are sharp yet kept at a mild level for younger audiences. The same goes for violence. Music from the franchise will instantly be recognized as well as the sound effects used. It has just the right mix of science fiction and action. Perfect for players who enjoy strategy games and deck building. Enjoy! And may the force be with you.