The clone of Tiny Tower launches on iOS, Google Play, and Windows Phone.
Upon looking at the photo above, you may ask yourself, first if this is real (yes) and second, “In what universe did the fellow who plays Hodor from Game of Thrones make it into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon?” Well, that would be this universe, specifically the one that held the Geek Media Expo last weekend in Nashville, Tenn.
Tiny Tower gets a Star Wars skin to enable players to own and operate the greatest weapon in the galaxy.
A developer used Unity to re-create the attack on the Empire’s super-weapon from A New Hope.
Edward Snowden’s Prism revelations are making it a bit tougher for the NSA to execute its digital vision.
Rovio uses Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace to tease the new game.
EA is creating jobs in Los Angeles to work on the Battlefield franchise while DICE moves on to Star Wars.
Either 3D printing has totally jumped the shark, or it’s hitting the mainstream.
Editor’s Pick How will EA staff its big Battlefield expansion and its Star Wars games even as it tries to get by with fewer employees?
Electronic Arts is now the exclusive home of Star Wars games for traditional gaming consoles.
Star Wars: The Old Republic’s first expansion is now live.
LucasArts is gone, but there’s a silver lining to its passing.
Editor’s Pick The old Star Wars game business apparently wasn’t enough to carry the longtime studio into the new age of games.
LucasArts as we know it is no more.
Steve Jobs was kind of a jerk, but sometimes that led to some really humorous interactions.
At a press conference today, Obama may have proved that, while he can hire a bunch of Star Wars fanboys to help run the country, he himself is not one.
If walking the path of a Jedi requires you to give up all wealth and material possessions, then Star Wars creator George Lucas has reached the halfway point in his journey.
Editor’s Pick Star film director and game developer talk shop in opening keynote at the DICE Summit in Las Vegas.
Two of the biggest starts in entertainment will talk about creativity in the digital age at the upcoming DICE gaming summit.
As the Obama administration sees it, a ridiculous request deserves an equally ridiculous response.
Apparently, Amazon isn’t cool with any self-published book with the appearance of copyright infringement — specifically, something related to Star Wars.
Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm will bring the world three new Star Wars movies (Episodes 7, 8, and 9) and many news ways for the company to boost its digital media revenue.
The multimedia giant just purchased one of the biggest properties in all of entertainment.
The Force is strong with Mickey Mouse, apparently. In a landmark media deal, Disney has agreed to pay $4 billion to buy Lucasfilm, the owner of the Star Wars properties.
Rovio and LucasFilm appear to be teaming up to bring a Jedi-branded version of the popular physics game to fruition.
Whether you’re from a galaxy far, far away or simply enjoying second breakfast in the Shire, these weapon mods are for you.
Electronic Arts reported today that its sales and earnings beat analysts’ estimates for the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31, but the company offered surprisingly pessimistic guidance for the fourth fiscal quarter ending March 31.
Editor's Pick Blizzard Entertainment is under pressure to deliver something big before the end of the year, now that it has delayed Diablo 3 until 2012. It has plenty of options, but signs point to the company finally dropping details about its hotly-anticipated next online game, code-named “Titan.”
Star Wars Galaxies, one of the first online Star Wars games run by Sony Online Entertainment, will shut down December 15 — before the release of the highly anticipated online game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Let’s get this out there right now — Star Wars: The Old Republic probably won’t kill World of Warcraft. At least, not in terms of sheer gameplay.
It isn’t trapped in a galaxy far, far away any more. Microsoft finally unveiled a Star Wars game powered by its motion controller, the Kinect, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo today in Los Angeles, Calif.