Star Wars: Tiny Death Star
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1-10 of 777 reviews
Cute and fun to playMore
The Swag Beast of Star Wars
Great on everything except there should be a way to exchange coins for bux. Also another thing is the in app purchases but every free game has those. Other than not being able to exchange coins for bux yay. You can when you expand your death star either choose for the computer to randomize the level with a certain category. Or you can choose it for yourself with bux. Also you own your own businesses your are responsible for stocking and selling your products on your different levels. Also to build imperial stuff to fulfill Darth Vader's assignments. One time I sent a probe out and I got 7 battle droids. Star Wars Tiny Death Star is a huge success and the best storage I ever used.More
Thank you NimbleBit!
This is a fantastic game & is fun for all ages. NimbleBit has made a fun game where you are developing your own Death Star, filling it with residents and jobs. You can obtain bux (one of the 2 forms of money in the game) both by paying money & by adding levels in your death star and by finding bitzens (the people in your death star). It’s a shame that this game will no longer be available, thanks to Disney… We can hope NimbleBit makes more fun games for us. Keep working NimbleBit we support you!More
Been playing since March. Had over 70 levels and all decorated. Got an update in July. All the decorations were gone, also the sound to the videos. Went online to find clues to the game. Should have gotten the last Imperial level, didn't. Spent over 100 box to get Kashyyk, nothing! I have all the remaining levels with 9 locked out. Will be deleting the game.More
I find this game to be a fun time-killer. It's actually quite repetitive, but there is just something that keeps me coming back for moreMore
Needed to reinstall to fix bugs
I had bugs that were crashing the game. By saving my progress on Facebook and reinstalling, the problems went away. Very addicting and very funny! The humor works on multiple levels - both for casual fans and for the hardcore superfans. It's fun to watch your Death Star grow and see what crazy new floor will be built next! I wish the gameplay was a little more interesting. The game comes off like a chore at times - most of your game is spent just pushing buttons that have to be pressed again after an amount of time has gone by. While there are some strategic choices to be made, there is no way to lose, and thus no risks to be made in your choices.More
Bux was the only downer
A little confusing at first. I was really big on Tiny Tower and was more than excited when I saw they had made a Star Wars version of it. It's pretty simple, and gives me something to do on down time. My only real issue is that it takes FOREVER to get bux. In Tiny Tower you got tipped sometimes for taking the bitzens to whichever floor they wanted to go to, so far ZERO. It's almost impossible to get any bux unless you go and actually buy them. However, it is still a lot of fun! Very addicting!More
This update fixed the Bux issue and added some holiday flair. It's way better! However, here is a new issue: -It is EXTREMELY difficult (especially with upgraded elevators) to land on a specific level. To deliver a ? character to a level of your choosing is almost impossible, as you can't see the names or number of levels easily while flying by at top speed. Here are old fixes still needed: -Add vertical view for tablets -Make game progress accessible across multiple devices via Microsoft account -Add notifications and Live Tile functionality (needed on Windows 8) -Fix screen-snapping sizes. 50/50 snap should be the full size interface, not the small one. -Fix scrolling for non-touch-based devices (scroll wheel/mouse pad). Scrolling with the cursor over a level causes random windows to open. -Charms Bar Settings menu is aesthetically unpleasing and does not follow Windows App conventions.More
This is a cute, fun little game to play when you're bored. However, there is a lot of waiting. You build levels and stock products (it's just button clicking really) and the farther you get, the longer the wait times are for the new things you build. There is a purchase-able currency ("Imperial Bux") that will speed things up. It's actually pretty easy to get in-game, which is nice. There are a lot of collectibles, and actual Star Wars characters make appearances. While waiting for things to stock or be built, you can operate the elevator for tips and to take off wait time at the level the elevator stops at. Generally pretty well-put together, good references (it IS produced by LucasArts), and easy gameplay. Don't expect to get on here and play for a long time though, it's really just playable for 5-10 minutes a few times a day.More
Great game, just wish you could pause/exit
Fun, casual star wars themed game. Very easy to learn, and no bugs yet! There are two problems: - Its hard to determine if you actually *need* to be signed in to facebook for your progress to be saved - You can't exit or pause the game without closing in Task Manager. Really??? So the game runs without you (which does get you money, but also makes you feel like the game played itself without you for a few hours) if you just close the app. A true exit, or at least a pause, would have been really nice here.More
Star Wars: Tiny Death Star
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83.12 MB - 83.24 MBMore
- Age rating
For ages 12 and upMore
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Minor bug fixes and optimized performance.