Star Wars™: Jedi Challenges

Star Wars™: Jedi Challenges

By Disney

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2017-11-01
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.41 GB
  • Developer: Disney
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 513 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Star Wars™: Jedi Challenges App Ratings: 4
Based on 513 App Reviews

Star Wars™: Jedi Challenges App Details

Awaken your inner Jedi with Star Wars™: Jedi Challenges, a smartphone-powered Star Wars™ augmented reality experience. This app requires purchase of the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges gear. With the Lenovo Mirage AR headset, lightsaber controller, and tracking beacon, you’ll begin your quest to become a Jedi through the power of augmented reality. Discover the mysteries of the holocron on your path to Jedi mastery, guided by the Archivist who will test you in a series of trials in both combat and of the mind. EXPLORE A HOLOGRAPHIC GALAXY Summon the Force to access the holocron as you explore familiar planets and discover unique experiences in a galaxy far, far away. • Discover unique challenges across various planets – Naboo, Garel, Lothal, Hoth, and Takodana • Experience familiar scenes in holographic AR featuring characters and scenarios from Star Wars Rebels™, Star Wars™: Episode V – Empire Strikes Back, The Phantom Menace, Star Wars™: The Force Awakens, and more LIGHTSABER BATTLES Perfect your lightsaber skills by taking on some of the most menacing villains the dark side has to offer, skillfully dodging, blocking, and attacking enemies. • Defeat hordes of Battle Droids, Stormtroopers, Snowtroopers, and other familiar troops in increasingly challenging waves in Assault Mode • Face-off in 1-on-1 lightsaber duels against key villains such as Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, Darth Vader, Seventh Sister, and more STRATEGIC COMBAT Test your skills as a military strategist and re-create epic battles throughout the Star Wars saga by commanding your armies against enemy troops in large-scale ground wars. The room is your battlefield. • Achieve victory in different scenarios across each planet, adjusting defenses, deploying troops, and calling in airstrikes to strategically win each battle • Command Clone Troopers on Naboo, fight the First Order on Takodana, and more. Unlock new troops, units, and heroes like Obi Wan Kenobi and unleash their power on the battlefield HOLOCHESS Sharpen your mind in the ultimate game of concentration and strategy as first seen in Star Wars™: Episode IV - A New Hope™. • Direct eight unique creatures and use their special attacks to crush your opponent in this iconic turn-based strategy game • Outsmart your opponent with tactical skill and a powerful team PROGRESS ALONG THE JEDI PATH Achieve Jedi mastery as you complete the trials of lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and Holochess. • Advance through the ranks of the Jedi Order from Initiate to Master as you hone your skills and become one with the Force • Be mindful of the lessons in the Force as you confront the dark side in your quest to Jedi mastery In order to use this app, you will need the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges gear, including the Lenovo Mirage AR headset, lightsaber controller, and tracking beacon. Learn more at STAR WARS Characters and objects only appear within the headset. Some content and experiences may require a future download. All descriptions refer to augmented reality experiences, only visible inside the Lenovo Mirage AR headset when in proper use. App and content subject to availability. Privacy Policy - Terms of Use - and Before you download this experience, please consider that: • You can upload and save content from this app to your device • This app will access your approximate location for certain features Compatible devices: • iPhone® 6 • iPhone® 6 Plus • iPhone® 6s • iPhone® 6s Plus • iPhone® 7 • iPhone® 7 Plus • iPhone® 8 • iPhone® 8 Plus • iPhone® X For a full list of compatible phones, visit


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App Reviews

  • Unpolished Holochess Experience

    By Kyplexer
    I was really hoping this would be cool, i had read about the game being released on a news article. Game started, but was obviously buggy right away. Once the camera turned on, the screen that was still open from the game was misaligned. There was no surface detection, so the game is just floating in place, but that’s more of a preference thing. After the game started, it was completely unclear how to play.
  • I just want to play Holochess

    By Wade lightman
    I dont need to play the other stuff I just wanted to play holochess but nooo I have to buy the accessories.
  • Got it for Holo Chess

    By DyreLogan
    Apparently you need a "lightsaber" that probably costs quite a bit of money in order to play all the other things in this game, so I just skipped that and went straight for the Holo Chess. Who wants to look like a fool swinging a stick in the shape of a lightsaber in front of a 5" iPhone screen, right? Right. So I start Holo Chess. Great graphics. Better than the claymation version from the ORIGINAL (and I stress ORIGINAL) Star Wars movie. Still look a bit of a fool walking around a table in public with all eyes on you (and boy did I have quite the audience sitting in the food court playing the practice runs of the game) as you play the game but it's quite addictive. That is, until you get to the third game on Naboo. After the breezy walkthru, playing those "coached" practice runs, you figure you'd be all set to play the game for real. Nope. Computer wins every single time, no matter which strategy you choose. I even had all three aliens left after toppling the computers two weakest aliens and the computer's one big alien steam rolled through all my three aliens like I was tissue paper. Rigged? Oh most definitely. Still fun? Eh, unless you enjoy a 0-infinite win-loss record, then yeah, I guess so. If game three on Naboo is difficult and not winnable then I don't stand a chance on the other planets. But I'll keep playing because it's free, no ads, no nag screens, great graphics and sound, and because it's Star Wars, of course. Refuse to buy the other stuff to play everything else though. Unless I get it for free, I'm good with the Holo Chess.
  • From a PE Teacher

    By Critic Ninja
    Wow. This game is an amazing experience. Never have I ever seen so many people in a room say, “I’ve never liked Star Wars, but that is cool and I want to try it!” This game is an amazing way for a PE teacher to develop technology based lessons. I would like to see the availability for Screen Mirroring this application. The only reason it would be unavailable is if the developers (you) selected it to be this way. I understand you intend for the game to be enjoyed through AR but it makes it difficult to justify purchasing even one headset for a PE class if I cannot display it to all students. This also makes showing it to other educators difficult; I agree that people need to see it through a headset to truly experience it but this is not always possible. In short, please rethink not allowing Screen Mirroring. Next, lightsaber movement reaction time could use a tweak. The more advanced a player gets the faster opponents attack, and sometimes the physical saber outpaces the virtual saber. This makes the final battle extremely frustrating. This may be unfixable, but if it is that would be great. Finally, I love the variety offered in the game, including the FREE update after The Last Jedi came out. The game is still worth hours of fun after owning it since launch, and I hope I can use it even more in the future to push for physical education.
  • Awesome toddler

    By Vetic77
    Jedi Challenges has matured AR technology awesomely. The technology is still young, but I feel this hardware may be able to carry us to its adolescence. Would be nice if blade alignment where better but I keep my thumb on calibration button and center up AMAP. May half to reboot a couple of times for everything connect correctly, but should have no problem after that. Initial charge may take some time. Set up and HMD are a bit comber some. Use some Jedi like patience and it will be worth it! Please keep the content coming! Thanks
  • Good, but could add a few interesting thing to it

    By Brcfan
    I like the game in general but a few things need to be fixed as well as adding one or two things. First, an interesting idea could be to add a dark side quest or something like that. As a Star Wars sith fan myself you could attract a lot more attention. A thing to fix is the lightsaber connection, my experience with it is it would go out of place ever time I tried to fix it. And lastly fix the movements, when I tried to dodge attacks I would still end up being hit by the character.
  • Love it

    By Christa duckieofawsome
    I love it so much and wen we defend it looks funny and makes me laugh
  • This is a cool game

    By Zsana 11
    This game should have a new character, General grievous. But love this so much! From Ender gamer
  • “The Force Is Strong With This One”

    By TheMacologist
    Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a phenomenal augmented reality experience that is a must have for Star Wars fans of all ages! The games are immersive, authentic, and will truly transport you to “a galaxy far far away.” The app features three modes: lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and Holochess (let the Wookiee win), ensuring that players have a robust offering of game content that will keep you playing for many months to come. Game Modes: Lightsaber Battles - This mode is the main draw, and it lives up to the hype. Wield your lightsaber against waves of troops and bosses from the prequel, original, and sequel trilogies. The lightsaber is responsive, and intuitive to use, meaning that novice gamers can jump into the action without having to overcome a steep learning curve. As you progress from system to system, you will find that the challenges increase in difficulty in a way that scales fairly. In other words, you will neither feel discouraged by defeat, nor bored by victory, as you will have to use all of your skills and reflexes to defeat each level. Strategic Combat - A simplified RTS (real time strategy) in which you position troop units and weapons across a map that you have to defend. You are able to interact with the troops in truly three-dimensional experience, including the ability to lean in closer to watch the action, or walking around the map to see it from from an alternate angle. The battles are intense, and put the “wars” in “Star Wars.” Holochess - Without a doubt, this mode will instill the greatest sense of nostalgia. My first time playing this mode, I was filled with such child-like wonder as I felt as though I were onboard the Millennium Falcon, playing with Han, Chewie, and Threepio. The game plays exactly as one would imagine based on the scene from A New Hope. The battle sequences between pieces are fully animated, and produce sounds, just like the movie! The only thing missing is having a visual representation of the computer opponent. I wish it were Chewbacca or C-3PO on the other side of the board! Graphics: Many believe that mobile games do not offer visual fidelity comparable to what is seen on dedicated gaming systems, but Jedi Challenges features highly detailed graphics that rival some of the best looking console games. Characters appear before you as vivid, life-size figures that seem to have stepped off the movie screen and into our reality. Audio: In the days of LucasArts games, gamers could count on every Star Wars game featuring the familiar hum of lightsabers, the scream of a Tie fighter, and the beloved musical work of John Williams. Though LucasArts is no more, Jedi Challenges continues the tradition of faithfully reproducing the soundscape of the Star Wars films. Every blaster bolt, saber swing, and Droid *beep* is accurately represented in this game. Overall: Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a Star Wars fan’s dream come true. You won’t regret picking up the Lenovo AR headset, and downloading Jedi Challenges to your iPhone. Money well spent for a fan experience without compare.
  • Burnt 😐

    By Vine😭
    You see, while I am a huge fan of Star Wars and how great this experience is, there are some painful cons within the use of the app. - I was taking my phone out of the visor and it had overheated because of the app, I need to take the phone out of my case to fit, and when I took it out I was burnt pretty badly. Maybe try to prevent overheating, hopefully this changes. ( I have been burnt a few times.)