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Star Wars: Force Arena
Star Wars: Force Arena
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Publisher(s)Netmarble Games, Lucasfilm
SeriesStar Wars
Platform(s)Android, iOS
ReleaseJanuary 12, 2017
Genre(s)Strategy

Star Wars: Force Arena was a 2017 Star Wars-themed player versus player real-time strategy mobile game from Netmarble Games and Lucasfilm, involving characters and military units that appeared in all major Star Wars film installments released before 2019.

Announced in November 2016,[1] the game was released for free download on January 12, 2017 for iOS and Android.[2][3]

Early versions of Force Arena were set in the Rebellion era of the Star Wars storyline, until an update on August 14, 2017 added content from the Clone Wars era[4] and a November 9, 2017 update included the New Republic era.[5] Players control customized squads of characters and vehicles in a card-powered multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) environment in the vein of Clash Royale,[2][6] where the goal is to destroy the enemy squad's automatic defense turrets and shield generator to open their base to an airstrike. The myriad of playable squad leaders and unique assistants not only include characters that appear in the films, but also characters who appear in spin-off films, TV series, and Marvel-published comic books, like Rogue One, Star Wars Rebels and Star Wars: Princess Leia,[1][2][6] as well as Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

On December 19, 2018, it was announced that the game would be shutting down on March 18, 2019. The game was no longer available for download after January 17, 2019, [7] and the game shut down as scheduled.

Characters

Every squad is headed by a leader character, which has a special ability that the player can reuse at will after a certain amount of time passes, as well as some passive abilities. Many leaders also each have a unique counterpart, which may be a side character or even a spacecraft strafing run, which can only be used with the character with whom they are paired. When a leader is defeated, he/she will respawn near the shield generator after some time passes, during which the player is unable to deploy any cards. The respawn time penalty also increases for each subsequent defeat, up to a maximum of ten seconds.

Light side Dark side
Leader Unique Leader Unique
Prequel Era - The Clone Wars
Galactic Republic Separatist Alliance
Padme Amidala Gregar Typho Cad Bane Aurra Sing
Obi-Wan Kenobi Clone Commander Cody Count Dooku Vulture droid
Anakin Skywalker Ahsoka Tano General Grievous IG-101 and IG-102 MagnaGuards
Yoda Mace Windu Darth Maul Sith probe droids
Classic Era - The Galactic Civil War
Rebel Alliance Galactic Empire
Cassian Andor K-2SO Bossk IG-88
Ezra Bridger Kanan Jarrus Dengar 4-LOM
Lando Calrissian Nien Numb Boba Fett Slave I
Jyn Erso Pao The Grand Inquisitor Eighth Brother
Baze Malbus Chirrut Imwe Agent Kallus Yogar Lyste
Enfys Nest Weazel Orson Krennic Death Squad Leader
Princess Leia Organa Evaan Verlaine Moloch Rebolt and Syke
Bodhi Rook U-wing Emperor Palpatine Imperial Royal Guards
Han Solo Chewbacca Gar Saxon Imperial supercommandos
Young Han Solo Chewbacca (Vandor) Seventh Sister Fifth Brother
Luke Skywalker Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi Grand Moff Tarkin TK-7193
Luke Skywalker (40th anniversary) N/A Grand Admiral Thrawn Governor Arihnda Pryce
Hera Syndulla Chopper Darth Vader Doctor Aphra
Ahsoka Tano (Fulcrum) Clone Captain Rex Darth Vader (40th anniversary) N/A
Sabine Wren Fenn Rau Dryden Vos Hylobon enforcers
Sequel Era - The Resistance-First Order War
Resistance First Order
Finn Rose Tico Armitage Hux First Order officer
Rey The Millennium Falcon Captain Phasma Agent Terex
Poe Dameron BB-8 Kylo Ren Focused rage
Luke Skywalker (Ahch-To) R2-D2 Supreme Leader Snoke First Order Praetorian Guards

References

  1. ^ a b Minotti, Mike (November 17, 2016). "Star Wars: Force Arena for mobile sure looks like a MOBA". VentureBeat. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ a b c Brooks, Dan (January 12, 2017). "Dream Teams: How Star Wars: Force Arena Puts You in Control of the Galaxy's Greatest". StarWars.com. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ Shaul, Brandy (January 12, 2017). "Netmarble Launches Star Wars: Force Arena on iOS, Android". AdWeek. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ Mayhew, Ash (August 17, 2017). "Star Wars: Force Arena just got 16 new iconic characters". DroidGamers. Retrieved 2017.
  5. ^ Compendio, Chris (November 9, 2017). "Kylo Ren and Rey Finally Join Mobile Game Star Wars: Force Arena". Screen Rant. Retrieved 2017.
  6. ^ a b "Star Wars: Force Arena". Netmarble Games. Retrieved 2017 – via StarWarsForceArena.com.
  7. ^ Acebedo, Bayani Miguel (19 December 2018). "Star Wars: Force Arena is Shutting Down". Epicstream. Retrieved 2019.

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