Star Wars Commander Launching Today For Android, Windows

After 5 million downloads on iOS, Disney's free-to-play mobile game launches today for Android and Windows devices.

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Following its release in late August, Disney's free-to-play mobile game Star War Commander has jumped up the charts with 5 million downloads on iOS alone. Now, the game is expanding further, launching today for two new platforms: Android and Windows devices.

Star Wars Commander is a combat strategy game in the vein of Clash of Clans. One of the game's main differentiating factors, however, is that you can choose your side, either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire. On iOS, most people are playing as the Dark Side, except for gamers in North Dakota for some reason.

Additionally, Disney announced today that it plans to continue to update Star Wars Commander with new stories and characters.

You can download Star Wars Commander today from Google Play at this link. Later today, the game should be available for download from the Windows Phone Store and Windows Store.

For more on Star Wars Commander, check out GameSpot's interview with Disney about the game.

Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch

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