THQ and ngmoco release Star Wars Imperial Academy for iPhone and iPod Touch

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 7 December 2010 22:19 GMT

Star Wars Imperial Academy

THQ Wireless and ngmoco has announced Star Wars Imperial Academy exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Now available on the App Store, Star Wars Imperial Academy is a multiplayer game where players need to prove they are “elite stormtrooper material as they compete against other Imperial Academy recruits in intense four-player death-match battles that take place across the Star Wars galaxy”.

Players will have to “master close-quarters blaster combat, long-range sniping and explosive armaments” in classic Star Wars settings like Hoth, Cloud City, Tatooine and more.

According to the App Store, the game is free.To find out more, head on over there have have a look.

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