The time has almost come.Star Wars: The Last Jedifinally hits theaters in the cinematic event that might be bigger than Christmas. To celebrate, we're taking a look at the best--and only the best--Star Warsmobile games to date.
Star Wars Pinball
Zen Studios knows their pinball, and that shines through in this series of pinball games on a Star Wars theme. The game features a number of tables (though you'll have to buy each seperately) that are lovingly designed. They'll leave you itching for a galaxy far, far away as the tables take you through the story of each movie, replete with character sound bites and music.
Star Wars: Force Arena
One of the newest games on this list, Star Wars: Force Arena combines the best of collectible card games and tactical MOBA action.Force Arenais full of deeply layered strategy, leaving you to choose the best units to get the job done and win the day, whether you're fighting for the Dark Side or the Light. Battles only last three minutes, so it's easy to play a match on the go, but the game features enough depth to keep you hooked for weeks.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
If you can get behind the game's IAPs, you'll find a fun RPG in Galaxy of Heroes. Build up a team of your favorite Star Wars characters and guide them around the galaxy, beating up bad guys and collecting the bountiful loot you'll find laying around everywhere. It may not be super complex like, say, Force Arena, but there's a good deal of fluffy fun here if it's a light RPG experience you seek.
Angry Birds Star Wars
Yeah, I know. We were surprised, too. It turns out Angry Birds Star Wars is one of the best Angry Birds games to date. Featuring the eponymous birdies dressed up as Star Wars characters, the laser-slinging action befitting our favorite space opera actually translates remarkably well to Angry Birds' physics puzzles.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Bringing one of the the most well-loved RPGs in recent memory to mobile was no small task, but Aspyr Media did the job with aplomb. Knights of the Old Republic is just as fun on mobile as it is on your PC. The controls translate well to touch screens, but there is controller support if you choose to do things the old fashioned way. It's well worth revisiting this classic, with its beloved characters and twisty-turny plot.
What's your favorite Star Wars game? Let us know in the comments.