Star Wars Battle for Naboo Update Information
Update Boxart
Add Screenshots
Add Video
Report File

Star Wars: Battle for Naboo is a popular flight action game. Players leap into a variety of vehicles and traverse a wide range of environments while clashing with numerous Trade Federation enemies, such as battle droids, droid starfighters and AAT's in more than fifteen compelling levels. Experience new and familiar Star Wars locations while engaging in air-to-air, ground-to-ground, space and air-to-ground battles.

The Iso Zone Recommends...

Cloudstores Premium for fast, instant and unrestricted downloading!
1 File download, Total size 107.54 MB

4 Total Screenshots
(3 Comments) Latest comment was 2 years ago
sunmingzhao View Profile
Message User
Thank User
3 years ago
I didn't know this game was released on PC too. I thought this was an exclusivity for the Nintendo 64.

Thanks ;)
keeperxiii View Profile
Message User
Thank User
3 years ago
I did know that Rogue Squadron was released for the PC. I can't get it to work on a 64 bit system though, and I've heard that the PC version as a subpar framerate.
ColonelRazor View Profile
Message User
Thank User
2 years ago
That's incorrect. I did get Rogue Squadron to run on Windows 7 64-bit at well over 60 Frames per Second.
Please Log In
You must be logged in to your Community Account in order to post a comment
Please login using the form located at the top right of this website or Create a Community Account

Community Accounts are free and allow you to upload content, posts comments, participate in our forums and more!
Log In
Community Login

Log me on automatically each visit
I forgot my password | Create a Free Community Account
New Forum Topics
Recent Comments
Disney Pixar Ratatouille
Very fun licensed game. :) Love the movie, too.
Posted by VoodooVincent View Profile
Message User
Thank User
16 minutes ago
Gadget: Past as Future
This game supposedly inspired both The Matrix and Dark City, according to G ...
Posted by 32bitDragon View Profile
Message User
Thank User
3 hours ago
Normally, I just drag the files onto the executables and it works very easi ...
Posted by ruiner9 View Profile
Message User
Thank User
4 hours ago
Community Stats

Home | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | File Removal Request | Premium