Posted by Jeremy on December 19, 2007 at 12:52 PM CST
From THQ Wireless comes this press release:

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back on Mobile is an action/arcade game based around a series of fun and challenging mini-games where the player participates in the key events from the Episode V movie.

Take control of either Luke Skywalker or various Star Wars vehicles such as Snow Speeders or even the Millennium Falcon itself - travel through the various worlds of the Star Wars universe, Fly through asteroid fields, train with Yoda, or even fight the mighty Imperial Forces on foot!

Key Features:

  • Re-enact key scenes from The Empire Strikes Back!

  • Jedi Combat/Training Mode featuring Yoda and Luke Skywalker

  • Millennium Falcon game mode Escape from the Star Destroyer through the asteroid field

  • Train your force abilities with mini-games featuring the famous scenes with Yoda and Luke in the swamps of Dagobah

  • Easy control mechanism using contextual action points


To get Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back on your mobile simply text Empire to 88188. The game costs 4.50 which is a one off charge.

Also available is Snood Blaster! A simple, yet immensely addictive puzzle game with crisp, colourful graphics and catchy background music! To Get Snood Blaster text Snood to 88188. The game costs 4.50 which is a one off charge.
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