You'll get 80 levels for your cash, spread over two chapters: Tatooine and Death Star. They mirror the first movie, and you'll unlock characters in sync with the plot. There are also a handful of bonus stages to unlock, either by finding golden droids or by collecting bucketloads of stars.
There are a further 40 levels to play - featuring Luke and Yoda on the swampy planet of Dagobah - but you'll need to cough up £1.49 / $1.99 extra (as an in-app purchase) to play them.
Like the Space Eagle in Angry Birds Space, you can call on the Millennium Falcon to swoop in, fire off a few laser beams, and generally cause wanton chaos and destruction. Each ship strike costs a token - you'll get a few as you play, but you'll need to pay for the rest.
Those tokens range from £1.49 / $1.99 for 20 to £13.99 / $19.99 for 200. Expect to pay a small fortune if you want to get gold Falcon medals on each and every level.