LEGO® Star Wars™ Force Builder

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LEGO® Star Wars™ Force Builder

LEGO System A/S,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Entertainment 2.1.0 December 22, 2016 0.0

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Version 2.1.0 released on December 22, 2016

Version 2.0.1 released on October 10, 2016
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Version 2.0.0 released on September 28, 2016
Updated with characters, vehicles, locations, and more from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story! New home planet of Scarif from Rogue One. New Rogue One vehicles and characters. New build challenges in the Scarif Mechanic Bay. New hanger on Scarif, so players can build and store ships on both Scarif and The Wheel. New Test Flight terrain on Scarif. New Scarif environment for the Photo Booth. Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Version 1.0.32 released on July 18, 2016
This update includes bug fixes. The Gallery and LEGO ID features have been temporarily removed to enable global support.

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App Description

The Galactic Empire has begun building the Death Star, a weapon so powerful that it can destroy entire planets. If the Empire is building, then so must the Rebels. You are a builder, and one of the last links to the Force. Master your Force and build to save the galaxy with the LEGO Star Wars Force Builder App, now with new vehicles, characters, challenges, and terrains from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Use the Force Builder App to construct ships of your own design. Recreate starships from the Star Wars movies, or be a Freemaker by mixing engines, wings, and blasters to invent new vehicles with unique strengths. Fly your ships to the far away planets of Hoth, Jakku, Lothal, Scarif, and the Space Station known as The Wheel, where you’ll encounter build challenges from characters throughout the entire Star Wars Saga. Build for speed, maneuverability, or firepower. Then choose a pilot and take your vehicle for a test flight on The Wheel or over the beaches of Scarif, to see how your ship withstands a barrage of obstacles. Help others by completing build challenges in the Mechanic Bay and you’ll rise in the Jedi ranks, unlock new vehicle parts, and reveal new pilots. Retry build challenges whenever you like, to explore alternate builds and solutions. Showcase your ship collection in your Hangar, where you can revisit and adjust them whenever you wish. Demonstrate your mastery of The Force using the Photo Booth to set the scene and upload your Force Builder creations to the LEGO Star Wars Build Gallery. Seek wisdom and laughter in the Video Portal, where you can view LEGO Star Wars animations, cartoons, behind-the-scenes videos with Jedi Master Builders, and more. Find and share inspiration in the Build Gallery, where you can contribute your own creations, as well as view and discuss Force Builder creations by Jedi from around the galaxy. Go Rogue and master your Force to build an entire fleet of starfighters. For app support, please contact LEGO Consumer Service. For contact details, please visit http://service.lego.com/contactus Our privacy policy and terms of use for apps are accepted if you download this app. Read more on http://aboutus.lego.com/legal-notice/Privacy-Policy and http://aboutus.lego.com/en-us/legal-notice/terms-of-use-for-apps LEGO and the LEGO logo are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2016 The LEGO Group. © & ™ Lucasfilm Ltd.

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