Star Wars: Galactic Defense: Tips, Tricks, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

Star Wars: Galactic Defense is the latest Star Wars tentpole mobile game, following Star Wars Clash of Commander, which became one of the biggest Star Wars games of all time earlier this year. In Galactic Defense, you can play as either the Rebel or the Empire side, switching off as you see fit, collecting Galactic Credits and Gems, and earning a massive amount of new champions. Read on for some tips and tricks for Star Wars: Galactic Defense!

Every time that you play a stage, you use up one stamina point, and whenever you run out of stamina you won’t be able to play until you restore one stamina back. Each one takes ten minutes to restore. If you want to restore them all right away, then set the date and time to 50 minutes ahead and then go back to the game and they will be restored in full. If you set the time back to normal, though, the server will resync and you will lose all of your free cheated energy.

If you don’t want to mess with the time or you can’t get the trick working for some reason, log into the game with Facebook and you will be able to ask your friends for more stamina. If you don’t have any friends who play, then look for people on fan pages on Facebook or on the App Store or Google Play review pages, and then add them as friends on Facebook. Then you can send energy back and forth.

You can get free gems by earning medals. Go to the medal screen to collect any rewards you have earned when you see a number pop up by the icon, and when there are no numbers, you can still go there anyways to see what the requirements are for all of your not-yet-earned medals.

Whenever you use the Status tower, build it at an early point in the path so that you can get your money’s worth out of the defensive drop that it inflicts on enemies. If you upgrade it twice, you can either turn it into a plasma disruptor tech tower which doubles all tower damage on the affected unit, or an explosive overload tech tower that causes enemies to explode massively when they get killed.

Other than that, mix up your other towers. The ranged tower is great against large solo enemies, while the artillery tower is great against large groups of small, weaker enemies. Melee towers are excellent for slowing enemy troops down, as are, of course, your champions. Place your champions (generally) toward the end of the path so that they can pick up the strong stragglers.