Can I still get tiny Death Star?
Tiny Death Star is now only available on the Windows Store. Disney confirmed to GameInformer that both Tiny Death Star and Disney Mobile’s strategy collectible card game Star Wars Assault Team had both been removed so the publisher could focus on “priority titles” like Star Wars Commander.
Why was tiny Deathstar removed?
Disney removed the game from all app stores because they wanted to take the Star Wars games in another direction. The developer, NimbleBit, was disappointed by the removal of the game because it was a high source of revenue. The game is still available to play on the Amazon FreeTime Unlimited service.
What color is the Death Star in Star Wars?
You see a red Death-Star hanging over your planet and you know it means business.
Where do you get the tiny Death Star?
STAR WARS™: Tiny Death Star is available on Amazon FreeTime Unlimited. This game is currently only available through Amazon FreeTime Unlimited.
What is tinytiny Death Star?
Tiny Death Star is a Star Wars version of the popular NimbleBit game Tiny Tower (10 million downloads in 2012). The only difference is players in this game build their own Death Star, not a tower.
Where can I download Tiny Death Star for free?
You can download Tiny Death Star for free from the Apple iOS Store here: Star Wars: Tiny Death Star – LucasArts Here are some screenshots from the game that show gameplay, characters, upgrades and the game’s currency, Imperial Bux. We were unable to load Disqus.
When did Star Wars Tiny Death Star come out?
Star Wars: Tiny Death Star is a mobile game developed by Disney Mobile in collaboration with LucasArts and NimbleBit. It was announced on the Disney Interactive website on October 4, 2013. The game was released in Australia on October 11, 2013 for Android, and on October 15 for iPhone.
What is episode 8 bit Tiny Death Star?
“Episode VIII–bit Tiny Death Star: The Emperor is building a Death Star level by level, and he needs your help….” Star Wars: Tiny Death Star is a mobile game developed by Disney Mobile in collaboration with LucasArts and NimbleBit. It was announced on the Disney Interactive website on October 4, 2013.