Star Wars is a franchise that’s been around for quite some time - and we’ve seen a lot of games take place in the Star Wars universe. You’ve got Lego Star Wars, pinball games related to Star Wars, games where you can play along with the story itself or games where you can put yourself into the Star Wars universe and see how you’d fit among the likes of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.
If you aren’t aware of the franchise already, this Star Wars games list is probably not for you. But if you are a fan of the Star Wars franchise and are looking for the best Star Wars games on Android, you’ve come to the right place.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is a turn-based game set in the Star Wars universe, where you can pick the dark side or light side and become the master of the galaxy. You will need to improve your strategy and build the best team you can so that you can take on other players in an attempt to conquer the galaxy. It’s got loads of challenges to test your tactical nous.
Star Wars: KOTOR II sees you enter into the universe after Jedi have been basically taken out by the Sith Lords. You will need to start making important decisions, as a lone Jedi, to help your struggling people and reconnect with the Force. Everything in the world is stacked against you, but if you make good decisions and are determined, you might be able to survive.
In Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you can find yourself playing as a bunch of the iconic heroes from the movie - Finn, Han Solo, C-3PO and more, the choice is yours! You will be making your way through the story, which has been given a Lego-inspired twist. As you battle enemies or explore the world, you are shown lots of lego-versions of the world, and can actually create Lego builds to solve puzzles or play around with. It’s a fun take on the franchise.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is a card battler styled Star Wars game, where you will be building up a team of characters from across different areas of the franchise, and use them in RGP-style, turn-based battles, hoping to come out on top. This game is one of the more complex on the list, with a levelling up system that some people struggle with, but once you have played the game for a while and understand it better, you will be able to easily power up Jedi and tool up Clone Troopers - you’ll just need to sink some time into this game!
Though the title The Complete Saga might be misleading, as the franchise has grown and continued since the release of this game, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is still well worth a place on your Android device. This game is funny, simple, and has a lot of great action bits that are also family-friendly if you have little ones interested in the series. You can play through all six of the movies, changing characters, making Lego buildings, and playing around in a slightly goofier version of the Star Wars Universe.