Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict

Universal Game Center Rating: 9+

Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict is a game from NaturalMotion, originally released 20th August, 2014

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes to Star Wars: Commander

Star Wars: Commander is arguably the best Star Wars game for mobile right now. Yet it seems to be the least appreciated of the three main ones. The other two big ones are just plain boring repetitive gatcha games. While it can be said that Star Wars: Commander takes a lot of inspiration from Clash of Clans, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

If you haven’t given Star Wars: Commander a try yet, now’s a good time to hop in with the new Force Awakens content added including two new characters and a new planet.


Star Wars Commander Updated with Heavy Battle Droid, New Rewards

Now players across iOS, Android, Windows phones, and the Amazon Appstore can unleash powerful artillery upon enemy defenses and double up on their own base protection with an all-new heavy battle Droid™, Droideka Oppressor. In addition, for every Conflict players participate in, they can earn a variety of new rewards based on final tier placement. Victory Bonuses now apply during Conflicts so that players can climb the ranks to increase their Conflict Victory bonus rewards while they compete.

Star Wars: Commander, which hit its one-year anniversary in August of 2015, has been downloaded 19 million times to date, seen more than 500 billion battles and deployed more than 5 billion stormtroopers in battle. Additionally, the game now features five worlds to play on, including Hoth, Dandoran, and Tatooine.


‘Star Wars Commander’ Update Brings New Worlds to the Game

The Clash of Clans-like game Star Wars Commander has just gotten a sizable update that brings with it a bunch of new stuff, including new worlds like Hoth. Here’s the rundown on what’s new:

Star Wars: Commander – Worlds in Conflict Update
* Base Relocation – Build and upgrade a Planetary Command building to scout out new worlds and move your base across the galaxy!
* Galaxy Map – Explore the galaxy, gather intel on your allies and rivals, as well as the status of worlds in conflict.
* World Conflicts – Fight for your faction in ongoing tournament-style conflicts on each world and earn Loot Bonuses that pay out when you battle rivals.
* Additional worlds include Dandoran, Er’Kit, Yavin 4, and Hoth!


Star Wars Commander Major Update

Star Wars Commander has been one of the better games that no one seems to know about. For one, it’s STAR WARS. Two, it’s a great Clash of Clans type game. And three, well, it’s Star Wars!

This update brings a load of new features to the game in an attempt to give it a little kick. Take a look if you are looking for a new daily play. It’s pretty awesome.

World Relocation – The Planetary Command building, which unlocks at HQ5, allows players to choose from up to four additional worlds to scout out and move to – Yavin 4, Hoth Er’Kit, and Dandoran.
Galaxy Map – Part of the Planetary Command building, this map of the greater galaxy provides tactical intel on each planet and allows players to circle through and decide which planet to engage battles on.
Updated Play Menu – This updated menu will surface information relevant to each world, such as friends and squadmates on the planet, conflicts and events, as well as chapter progress.
Planetary Conflicts – Players compete in PVP tournament-style planetary conflicts on a rotating schedule between the added worlds. Victory bonuses are given to the faction that wins each Conflict.
PvP Victory Loot Bonus – Placement in a medal tier at the end of a Planetary Conflict rewards loot bonuses. For a number of days after the conflict, earn bonus loot for victories against in PVP.
Planetary Leaderboards – PVP leaderboards will now allow a player to see their own rank as well as the top 50 Commanders. There will also be Planetary specific leaderboards so players will know their standing on their planet. Players will also now know when they’ve received donated troops, and from whom they were donated.