Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1984)
It is a video game of the ships with isometric perspective that has three levels, in which the player uses a different vehicle. The scenarios are based on parts of the movie ‘Episode VI: Return of the Jedi’.
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1985)
It is an improved version of the game “Star Wars: The Arcade Game” that introduces the battle of Hoth.
Star Wars: Attack on the Death Star (1991)
Released for PC-9801 and X68000, it is also an improved edition of the game ‘The Arcade Game’ and included an extended presentation scene.
Star Wars Arcade (1993)
It is a space combat game, developed by Sega, where the player can control an X-wing or a Y-wing.
Star Wars: Rebel Assault (1993)
Released for PC, Mac and Sega CD, it is a rail-shooter style game where the player controls a pilot named Rookie One who trains to form as a part of the Rebel Alliance.
Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire (1995)
Released for PC, Mac and PS1, it is a rail-shooter style game, a sequel to the previous one. It stands out for having scenes interpreted by the real actors. The protagonist is again a Rookie One. It has the scenes of the combat of ships and combat between the soldiers as well.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (1996)
Released for PC and N64, it is a shooting game in the third person. The protagonist is Dash Rendar, a rebel soldier who fights against the empire in the period of time between Episodes V and VI of the films.
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade (1998)
It is a shooting-style rail-shooter game that recreates the most memorable fights of the original Star Wars trilogy films.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2002)
Released for PC, GCN and Xbox, it is a third-person shooter game, based on the events after the Battle of Geonosis (Episode II). It leaves on that planet and there are different types of missions. In the game, it emphasizes the gameplay, the missions and the multiplayer gaming. It is practically based on the ships, although, it also has the great well-imagined terrestrial combats. There is no mention of Darth Vader, but the confusion is insinuating in Anakin Skywalker. They appear as the Wookiees, the Gungans (Episode I) in several planets since they have from Naboo to Yavin IV.
Star Wars: Battle Above Coruscant (2005)
It is a Shoot’em up of vertical scroll that recreates the battle of Coruscant of the Episode III of the films.
Star Wars: Republic Commando: Order 66 (2005)
It is also Shoot’em up of overhead view starring a group of Clone Troopers during the clone war.
Star Wars: Imperial Academy (2011)
Also released for iOS, in this first person shooter game, the player competes in the combat arenas against the other players controlling the soldiers of the empire.
Star Wars: Battle Pod (2015)
It is an arcade shooting game with an innovative machine design, which seeks to recreate the experience of being inside the cockpit in a Star Wars movie.