Droid Depot 4+

Custom Astromech Units


    • 3.7 • 438 Ratings
    • Free



Bring the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge experience home with the Droid Depot companion app. Build a Digital Droid or play games with your Droid Depot Custom Astromech Droids.
Games include:
•Maneuvering - choreograph a dance sequence to the tunes of DJ R3X
•Piloting - drive your Droid around freely
•Strategy - play a game of Tic Tac Toe against your Droid
•Build - Build a virtual droid using schematics from Mubo’s Droid Depot*



This app uses Bluetooth to connect to your physical Droid.
* Free to play - does not require a physical Droid

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
438 Ratings

438 Ratings

Cinna280 ,

Super great

This app is awesome if you have a droid from galaxy’s edge and are curious what else it can do! I had a lot of fun playing with my droid and sort of bonding with him. My only complaint is that if you have more than one droid you have to individually connect them to play, they aren’t in the same place. I love the app but it would be great if there was an option to make more than one droid profile in the same place. It’s really annoying that I have to take the time to connect the droid I want to play with and basically have to log out of the other profile. Another thing I think would be nice is an option for people with more than one droid so that you can have the two droids interact with each other. Kind of so that they can talk back and forth and sort of get to know each other. All these things would be really nice to have and I think would make the app more interesting

Ike712 ,

Happy Star Wars Day from a Droid Sympathizer

I have created 2 droids for myself and 1 for my grandma at Galaxy’s Edge so I was excited when I saw this app advertised in an email today. It took a second to get things going ( for all those complaining it won’t connect to your droids, I had to turn off the physical controller and only have the droids on to obtain connection). The fact that you can have your droid dance to DJ-R3X is AMAZING. DJ-R3X’s soundtrack is one of my favorite go-to albums and I’m excited that I can share the beats with my astromech friends! I was able to connect both of my droids separately and create their profiles and it’s great to see their profiles are remembered when switching connections back and forth. I really do hope the developers continue to update this app with more content as I would love to see my droids become even more alive than they are now. My only qualm is that I cannot have both droids connected at once to have a little dance party, but I do understand the limitations of a brand new app. Please keep more droid content coming and Happy May the 4th!! - Sincerely ‘a Droid Sympathizer’

Th3P0p3 ,

Great functionality with one complaint

The app is great, but there's one thing about it that's bugging me. I wanted to write the developers to see if they can fix it, but I can't find any contact info for them, so I've decided to write a review in the hopes that the developers will see it and implement this small request.

In the app, we can give our droid a custom name. Unfortunately, this name can only be 4 character total in length. Before I knew about the app, I named my little guy FR-3N (pronounced Fren, like short for friend). Unfortunately, I cannot include the dash in the name for him in the app, as that makes the name 5 characters technically. I was able to name him FR3N, but it's not quite the same. Without the dash, it doesn't really look like a droid name.

If possible, I'd love to see the name character limit expanded, even if only by one character (or perhaps make a dash a character that doesn't factor into the count). It might not be a big deal to many people, but it makes me kinda sad that I can't give him his proper name. It's kinda like being forced to write a nickname on the birth certificate of my child (though not quite as severe for obvious reasons).

Aside from this shortcoming, the app seems to be wonderful. I hope the devs see this review and take my request into consideration. Thank you for reading!

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