List of Star Wars video games

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This is a list of Star Wars video games. Though there have been many hobbyist-made and freeware games based on the Star Wars movie series and brand, this page lists only the games that have been developed or published by LucasArts, or officially licensed by Lucasfilm. Platforms: Arcade, Apple II, Atari 2600, Famicom, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo 64, Sega Master System, Sega Dreamcast, Game Gear, GameCube, DOS, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Classic Mac OS, macOS, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, Wii U, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, iOS, Android, Linux.

Episode-related titles[edit]

The following is a list of Star Wars games that are based on the feature films. They are listed in order of release by film.

Episode IV: A New Hope[edit]

Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back[edit]

Episode VI: Return of the Jedi[edit]

Episode I: The Phantom Menace[edit]

Episode II: Attack of the Clones[edit]

Episode III: Revenge of the Sith[edit]

Series titles[edit]

The following is a list of Star Wars games that are not based on a particular feature film, and form part of a series. The list is ordered from the oldest series to the latest.

X-Wing[edit]

Rebel Assault[edit]

Jedi Knight[edit]

Rogue Squadron[edit]

Galactic Battlegrounds[edit]

Starfighter[edit]

Knights of the Old Republic[edit]

Star Wars: Galaxies[edit]

Compilation(s): Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit (2005), Star Wars Galaxies: The Total Experience (2005), and Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Online Adventures (2006)

Battlefront[edit]

The Battlefront series has been handled by two different developers.

Pandemic Studios

EA DICE

Empire at War[edit]

Compilation: Star Wars: Empire at War: Gold Pack (game and expansion package) (2007) Windows

The Force Unleashed[edit]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series[edit]

Stand-alone titles[edit]

The following is a list of stand-alone Star Wars games that do not form part of a series, released primarily for consoles, personal computers, handhelds and arcade. The titles are grouped together depending on the decade in which they were released.

1980s[edit]

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

2010s[edit]

2020s[edit]

Games by genre[edit]

The following games are grouped together because they share the same genre, rather than because they are officially part of the same series. Excluded are the games listed above.

Table games[edit]

Virtual pinball[edit]

Star Wars Pinball (2013) Windows, Mac, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS, PSVita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Kindle Fire, Android, iOS

Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force (2013) Xbox 360, PSVita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS

Star Wars Pinball: Heroes of the Force (2014) Xbox 360, PSVita, PS3, PS4, Android, iOS

  • Star Wars Pinball: Masters of the Force
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (2013)[4]
  • Star Wars Pinball: Droids
  • Star Wars Pinball: Han Solo

Kinect Motion Sensor[edit]

Educational[edit]

Developed by Lucas Learning:

  • Star Wars: Yoda's Challenge
  • Star Wars: The Gungan Frontier
  • Star Wars: Droid Works (1999) Windows, Mac
  • Star Wars: Pit Droids Windows, iOS
  • Star Wars Math: Jabba's Game Galaxy (Developed by Argonaut Games)
  • Star Wars: JarJar's Journey Adventure Book
  • Star Wars: Anakin's Speedway
  • Star Wars: Early Learning Activity Center

Other educational:

  • Star Wars: Jedi Math (2008) (Educational) Leapster
  • Star Wars: Jedi Reading (2008) (Educational) Leapster
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) (Platform/Educational) Didj
  • Star Wars: Jedi Trials (2009) Didj

Jakks Pacific- Plug It In & Play TV Games[edit]

Non-video game PC software[edit]

Mobile titles[edit]

The following is a list of Star Wars titles that are only for mobile operating systems.

  • Star Wars: Battle For The Republic (2005) – Mobile Phone[5]
  • Star Wars: Grievous Getaway (2005) – Mobile Phone[6]
  • Star Wars: Battle Above Coruscant (2005) – Mobile Phone[5]
  • Star Wars: Republic Commando: Order 66 (2005) – Mobile Phone[7]
  • Star Wars: Lightsaber Combat (2005) – Mobile Phone[8]
  • Star Wars Trivia (2005) – Mobile Phone[9]
  • Star Wars: Ask Yoda (2005) – Mobile Phone[10]
  • Star Wars: Puzzle Blaster (2005) – Mobile Phone [11]
  • Star Wars: Jedi Assassin (2005) – Mobile Phone
  • Star Wars Imperial Ace 3D (2006) – Mobile Phone
  • Star Wars Cantina (2010) – iOS[12]
  • Star Wars: Trench Run (2009) – iOS
  • Star Wars Battle of Hoth (2010) – iOS, Windows Phone[13]
  • Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner (2010) – iOS[14]
  • Star Wars: Imperial Academy (2011) – iOS
  • Star Wars: Force Collection (2013) – Android, iOS[15]
  • Star Wars: Tiny Death Star (2013) – Android, iOS, Windows Phone
  • Star Wars: Assault Team (2014) – Android, iOS, Windows Phone[16]
  • Star Wars: Commander (2014) – Android, iOS, Windows Phone[17]
  • Star Wars: Galactic Defense (2014) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace (2014) – iOS
  • Star Wars Journeys: Beginnings (2014) – iOS
  • Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes (2015) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Uprising (2015) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Heroes Path (2015) – iOS
  • Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions (2015) – Android, iOS, Windows Phone
  • Star Wars: Card Trader (2015) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Force Arena (2017) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Puzzle Droids (2017) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Jedi Challenges (2017) – Android, iOS
  • Star Wars: Rise to Power (TBA) – Android

Browser games[edit]

StarWars.com

  • Carbon Connection
  • Force Flight
  • Garbage Masher
  • Sharpshooter Clone Training (2008)
  • Live Fire (2008)
  • Clones vs. Droids
  • Ewok Village

Disney.com

  • Star Wars Rebels: Ghost Raid – StarWars.com, Disney.com (2014)
  • Star Wars Rebels: Rebel Strike – Disney.com (2014)

Crossovers[edit]

In some cases, Lucasfilm has allowed other video game franchises to do their own Star Wars games, resulting in crossover hybrid franchises.

Lego Star Wars[edit]

Lego made video games based on their Lego Star Wars toys, as part of their Lego video games franchise.

Lego main series

Mobile game and web browser

  • Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 (2009): Unity[18]
  • Lego Star Wars: Ace Assault (2011) – Windows
  • Lego Star Wars: Ace Assault 2 (2012) – Windows
  • Lego Star Wars: Battle Orders (2012) – Unity
  • Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles (2013) – Android, iOS
  • Lego Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles (2014) – Android, iOS
  • Lego Star Wars: Microfighters (2014) – Android, iOS
  • Lego Star Wars: Battles (2020) – Android, iOS

Lego Indiana Jones

  • Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures (2008), LucasArts – Action-adventure game featuring unlockable Han Solo and cameos from other Star Wars characters. Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Windows
  • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues (2009), LucasArts – Action-adventure game featuring cameos from Star Wars characters. Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Windows

Angry Birds Star Wars[edit]

Disney Infinity[edit]

The Disney Infinity series allowed the use of Star Wars characters alongside characters from other franchises owned by Disney, including characters from the Marvel and Pixar films.

  • Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015): Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, iOS, Android

The Sims[edit]

  • The Sims 4: Journey to Batuu (2020): Microsoft Windows, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One - Ninth game pack for The Sims 4. Adds a new destination world called Batuu with a Star Wars-style storyline. Adds new types of aliens and other Star Wars-inspired outfits, objects and characters.

Cultural impact[edit]

This category refers to video games from other franchises where the inclusion of Star Wars characters is very minor and restricted only to small easter eggs or unlockable character cameos.

  • Night Shift (1990) – Platform game featuring action figures of various Star Wars characters. Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Mac, PC, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series:
  • Secret Weapons Over Normandy (2003) – Flight simulation game featuring unlockable X-wing and TIE Fighter. Xbox, PlayStation 2, PC
  • Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction (2005) – Features unlockable character Han Solo. Xbox, PlayStation 2[19]
  • Soulcalibur IV (2008) – Fighting game. At release featuring Darth Vader exclusively in the PlayStation 3 version, with Yoda exclusively in the Xbox 360 version, and Darth Vader's apprentice Galen Starkiller Marek in both versions. Months after the release, Darth Vader and Yoda were made available for purchase as downloadable content, each at the version they were absent at release. Each of the Star Wars characters had his own ending on the "Story Mode".[20] However, in late 2016, all dlc in SoulCalibur IV was removed from the PlayStation and Microsoft stores due to licensing from the purchase of Star Wars by Disney.[21]
  • Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings (2009) – Action-adventure game featuring unlockable Han Solo. Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable

Canceled games[edit]

Games that were never finished, nor released.

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